M’ck McKeague is a set and costume designer, performance maker and participatory installation artist making work that often experiments with non-traditional spaces and reimagines the audience-performance relationship. M’ck graduated from QUT’s BFA (Drama) in 2013 and completed the Master of Design for Performance at Victorian College of the Arts in 2018.
While based in Brisbane, M’ck’s key projects included 지하 Underground, The 떡볶이 Box (The Dokboki Box) and Neverland (well, this is embarrassing). Since relocating to Melbourne, M’ck has collaborated with Embittered Swish, Polyglot Theatre, Elbow Room and All the Queens Men. In 2019, M’ck presented at Prague Quadrennial of Performance Design and Space and visited New York City as a guest artist for the Trans Lab Fellowship supported by Public Theatre and WP Theatre.
Dissatisfied with master narratives and the systems and spaces that uphold them, M’ck seeks out collaborative scenographic practices that embrace difference and disrupt privilege in process, form and content.