Jack Mannix is a self-educated, multidisciplinary artist. As a photographer, she has exhibited her solo exhibition Precious Metals at the Centre for Contemporary Photography. Accompanied by a self-published book of the same name, and shot on film using natural light sources, Precious Metals explores youth, addiction, sex and death, and documents elements of Sydney’s underground cultures and the tension created by appropriation of such cultures in fashion milieus. As a musician, Jack records and performs with long-time collaborator Angie Bermuda. First as primitive rock project Circle Pit, releasing on Hardly Art and R.I.P Society, which then metamorphosed into dark, ritualistic synth group Gloss.