Eva Jack is a multi-disciplinary researcher and designer working across video, installation, object and writing. These disparate works are bound together by their subject matter: an inquiry into the socio-political entanglements between humans and other species. Her work aims to re-evaluate our interactions with the living world through subversive interventions which radically de-stabilise anthropocentrism. She is particularly interested in the collision between visual culture and the (non-human) animal world.

Education MA Social Design, Design Academy Eindhoven, The Netherlands (2019); BDes (Hons) Textile Design, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, Dundee, Scotland (2017).