Jack Lowerson’s design practice focuses on how environmental, social and political discourse can be re-interpreted through co-creation and participation.

His process applies film and theatre making techniques to research and draw out the rich narratives and hidden histories of objects and sites.

Combining photography, script writing, movement and props design, Jack examines how materiality constructs realities and how film and performance utilise fictions to disrupt and subvert traditional forms of knowledge.

Current work pulls from eco-scenography to explore how sustainable forms of making with organic materials influence costume and props design, becoming tools that introduce performance participants to more connected, ecological forms of living.