Emerging Artist in Sanquhar
Jack uses participatory making and unmaking processes of temporary structures, writings, events, pedagogies, performances, or objects as an invitation to explore dominant or conflicting ideas connected to the place or situation they are working within.
Jack has a degree in Contemporary Performance Practice from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and an MA Arts and Education Practice from Birmingham School of Art.
He happily describes the practice as being “weak and risky” as a way to communicate the reflective, responsive, and often antagonistic way of working.
“I’m interested to see how my practice will unfold within a seemingly tranquil area like Sanqhuar, but also excited to be provided with the time, resources and openness from all partners involved to be able to do so in a deeper and considered way.”