Jack Tan works in art and politics. He is especially interested in the performance of political structuring and social change – grassroots organising, urban ritual, law/policy-making, and social movements. He also considers their connections to place, habitations, material, objects and use. So far, Jack has made works across sculpture, video, writing, performance, teaching, discussions and exhibitions.
Currently, Jack is researching the performativity of civil rights and protest movements at Roehampton University.