Jack Jubb 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 tandem practices of painting and research, Jubb examines notions of the Poor Image situated within the DNA of culture, how resolution or fidelity of images relates to political economy, and essential questions of truth and falsehood surrounding memory; whether experienced via gauzy nostalgia, fantasy, or the haunted sites of trauma.
Jack Jubb graduated in Fine Art from Goldsmiths University in 2015. Solo exhibitions include Viscous Cycle, The Residence Gallery, London, UK (2022); Feeling Sentimental, DJ Berlin, Germany (2021). Group exhibitions include Apotrope, Cob Gallery, London, UK (2022); Salon, Guts Gallery/ The Sunday Painter, London, UK (2022); Memeplex, Seventeen Gallery, London, UK (2022); The Future isn’t what is used to be, Moarain House, London, UK (2022); Halcyon on and on, Franz Kaka, Toronto, Canada (2021); Gnosis Show, Daisy’s room, London, UK (2021); Being Here, Kupfer Project, London, UK (2021); Halcyon on and on, Franz Kaka, Toronto, Canada.