Jack Reid Bunney exhibits his work which talks of drugs/alcohol, mental health issues, god and/or the divine, the importance/effects of time, the beauty of mistakes/mess and the depths of thought.
After being arrested for painting his pseudonym on Frinton Railway Bridge (aged 16) Jack changed his alias and stuck to paper. Jack begrudgingly made figurative works during GCSE and A-Levels as he was told the work he wanted to make was difficult to mark, he is grateful for this in hindsight. Drug exacerbated mental health issues coursed him to drop out of his foundation year (A huge regret). In twelve months, Jack wrote 12 rap Eps, then, with the help of his college tutor, he applied and received a place on a digital design course at the University for the Creative Arts. Dipped his toe in many computer based visual mediums in the first two years but never made a dive. He spent his third year with paint and music, releasing his first self-produced album after graduating. Mental health and drug/alcohol intake deteriorated throughout and beyond. Jack is now 10 months Sober and starting to achieve things his frazzled confused mind found impossible
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