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Finty the African Hunting Dog created by Lucy


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Lucy is a prolific artist and musician using wide-ranging disciplines – storytelling, script writing, making, illustration, puppetry, costume-making, performance – to create immersive worlds. Built in spaces from studio to gallery, Lucy’s worlds allow people to share her unique experience, drop their inhibitions and understand more about themselves and how we connect with each other. Lucy’s work is grounded in her love of animals and the natural world, and tensions created by technological progress.

In 2021, Lucy represented PAW in their Turner Prize nomination: new characters led public tours at the Herbert Art Gallery and Museum. Lucy’s post-punk rock band, Delta 7, released their third album, The Lockdown Sessions, in 2021, when Lucy also joined the Autism Through Cinema practice-informed research project at Queen Mary University, working with experimental film. In 2020, Lucy’s intricately realised plasticine figures of The Beatles were selected for exhibition at Hastings Museum and Art Gallery.

Read some writing Lucy prepared for the EXPLORERS Conference at MK Gallery in 2019 about her dogs and their characters. Read here.

Exhibitions & Residencies

Hastings Open, Hastings Museum, 2020

Ignition, Hastings Contemporary, March – May 2021

Turner Prize 2021 Exhibition, Herbert Art Gallery and Museum, Coventry, September – January 2022

Coastal Currents, Project Art Works studio, Hastings, 2022

Brewers Towner International, Towner Eastbourne, October 2022 – January 2023


Lucy is featured at the following exhibitions