Lucy Woollett
Profiles

Lucy Woollett

Associate Lecturer

School of Art, Design and Architecture (Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Business)

Biography

Biography

Lucy Woollett also known as Lady Lucy - makes paintings, drawings and moving image. Her work is strongly informed by her interest in the social function and value of her activities as an artist and more specifically as a painter. She seeks to find meaning and political application in the process of painting and draws on the art historical lineages of collaborative art practice and portraiture. She is currently undertaking a residency at the Royal Marsden Hospital. She is a co-founder of The Drawing Exchange events with Kayle Brandon. Recent projects and exhibitions include Portraits For Services, Gifts and Favours, Museum of London (2017), Shrine to Dissent, Day of The Dead Festival, Bargehouse, London (2014), The Whitechapel Gallery Staff Portrait Studio (2011) and Volunteers, Festival of Britain Southbank Centre (2011). Lucy is in the finishing stages ofa practice-based PhD at Winchester School of Art, University of Southampton. Her research investigates how the process of portrait-making can function as a socially engaged practice, and ideas around art as gift, as means of exchange and the use value of art.

http://www.beingll.com 

Qualifications

PhD Practice based Fine Art (Corrections pending) Winchester School of Art, University of Southampton 

MA Fine Art Chelsea, College of Art and Design

BA Fine Art Printmaking Exeter College of Art and Design, University of Plymouth 

Teaching

Teaching

Teaching interests

Lucy is an Associate Lecturer on BA Fine Art in the academic year 21/22 teaching into studio / placement and and critical studies modules.