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Jack Jubb (b. 1993, United Kingdom) is an artist living and working in London. Jubb creates ghostly airbrushed paintings deriving from a bricolage of digital images spanning e-commerce, social media, and cinema amongst other sources. Through these processes of mechanically mediated painting and digital research, Jubb examines notions of the Poor Image and how hierarchies within the resolution, or fidelity of images relate to essential questions of truth and untruth surrounding memory; whether experienced via gauzy nostalgia, fantasy, or the haunted sites of trauma.


His work utilizes images gathered from search-engines which are digitally manipulated to inform paintings on recycled cotton paper, produced from garment-industry waste.


Jack completed his BA from Goldsmiths School of Art. Selected group shows include Earthlings, The Residence Gallery (London), Halcyon on and on, Franz Kaka (Toronto), Being Here, Kupfer Project (London), Gnosis Show, Daisy’s Room (London) and The Future Isn’t What It Used To Be, Moarain House (London) and solo show: Feeling Sentimental, D-J Berlin (Berlin).


Jack Jubb took part in ‘LUCKY CHARM’ a Group Exhibition of 28 International Artists. Presented by Lisa Boudet in association with Moosey Art. Opening the 4th of November 2021 at Hoxton Arches in London, United Kingdom.

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