ABOUT JON RANDALL
Jon is a freelance film and performance maker based in Cumbria. His practice involves primarily using documentary as a medium through which to bear witness to the unique stories of people and places, identity and landscape. He has recently collaborated with Sarah Thomas on 'Óshlið: River Mouth Slope', a film reflecting the stories of an abandoned coastal road in Iceland. Jon is also a member of the Kairos Collective, an 'uncivilised' theatre troupe exploring immersive and physical performance embedded within the landscape. Recent projects include facilitating renga (collaboratively composed poetry) for Outrider Anthems' Festival of the Dark and directing 'After the Floods' at the Dukes Theatre, an immersive performance installation exploring the experiences of Lancaster's homeless community during Storm Desmond in December 2015. He is one of four directors working on 'Acts of Resistance', a Headlong Futures outreach project exploring the politics and priorities of the people of Kendal.