Christopher Lutterodt-Quarcoo

Professed cult storyteller, deconstructing society through politics, documentary fiction and historical-futurism.

Christopher Lutterodt-Quarcoo MA (RCA) FRSA, is an internationally exhibiting designer and award winning director of 'Hertz' (BFI Future Film Festival: Best Documentary) currently on BFI Player. He is the writer of Emerging Journal (September 2016 - July 2017), a series of published articles that expose the harsh realities of the path to success within the creative sector, within the space of an academic year.

His works are an exploration of power constructs, the infrastructure of the politics and complex social systems.

He is the founder of Unmaterialised, an archive of narrative objects that blur the line between fact and fiction. It's presented as films and installations, including entries such as 'Witness?', which investigates Freud's theory on Archaic Remnants and notions of genetically inherited memories.

Lutterodt-Quarcoo went on to form The Advrsry, a critical simulator operating under the motto, "Before you create it, you must learn to destroy it." He works with public and private sector organisations to equip participants with the mindsets and frameworks to develop strategies to infiltrate, dismantle and destroy agendas that oppose their stance in order to raise awareness of vulnerabilities and/or form counter strategies.