Lois Rowe has been writing, publishing and exhibiting her work internationally since the late 90s. Her work is sometimes print-based, often resolved through the media of sculpture and costume.
Since 2006 Rowe has been making narrative films and videos, in which her previous working media of sculpture and costume are often incorporated.
Lois Rowe’s short films make particular and recurring reference to the role of authorial voice in the construction of sound and un-sound narrative spaces and their consequences for a possible viewer.
In 2012 she completed her PhD. Her thesis was titled "Ironism as Self-Crowning within Numinous Contemporary Art".
She is also a contributor to the online journal The Conversation.