Monday, 7 September 2015

Interview with Jesc Bunyard

Interview: Jesc Bunyard

Performance, disruption and the photographic

Jesc Bunyard (born 1991) has been having a busy year. Following her success in Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2014, with which her work toured from Liverpool to Newlyn, via the ICA, she had a residency at the Collusion Real Time Lab in Cambridge in January 2015, and went on to show her film work at the Whitechapel, before being shortlisted as a finalist in the Digital Graffiti juried art competition at Alys Beach, Florida. She is about to have some of her film works shown at the Wysing Arts Centre annual art and music festival, Space-Time: The Multiverse, on 5 September 2015. Only graduating from Goldsmiths with a BA in Fine Art and Art History two years ago, Bunyard has achieved a lot, fast, but she still only sees herself as an emerging artist. She is about to go back to Goldsmiths and embark upon an MA in Contemporary Art Theory.

Anna McNay had an email conversation with Bunyard about her multidisciplinary approach to combining photography, film, performance and installation, placing her viewer in an immersive and perceptually challenging environment.

Read this interview here.

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