Jenkins (b.1984) lives and works in London, having completed his postgraduate diploma in Fine Art at the Royal Academy Schools in 2015. He produces large-scale woodcut prints that explore the consciousness of being an artist, creating expressive carvings and hand-made prints that hover between writing and diagram. Over the last few years, he has made work across a plethora of media including performance, poetry, video, installation, and sculpture. This dynamic multi-media approach resulted in his collaborative performance with India Mackie at the RA Summer Exhibition this year, Cantilever Kiss. Harnessed to steel A-frames, the pair suspended their bodies in taut plank positions and touched lips in an airborne kiss; featured on BBC Arts, the Financial Times and the Royal Academy of Arts Magazine. Infinite Gun, was also selected for this year’s RA Summer Exhibition.