Lucy Tomlins

Lucy Tomlins (b. Chertsey, UK) lives and works between London, UK and Castellón, Spain. She received her MA in Sculpture from the Royal College of Art (2012).

Her objects, installations and assemblages combine a range of traditional materials including stone, concrete and metals with contemporary materials including light, moving image and sound. Through a process of remaking and rearranging the ready-made objects of our society, Lucy’s artwork creates uncanny relationships between seemingly disparate materials and things in an attempt to make sense of her everyday, situated, social context.

Lucy Tomlins, Kaizen, 2015. Steel, motor, rubber, plaster, resin, clay, stone, oil paint. 150 cm x 270 cm x 270 cm. Photographer: Oskar Proctor

Lucy Tomlins, Kaizen, 2015. Steel, motor, rubber, plaster, resin, clay, stone, oil paint. 150 cm x 270 cm x 270 cm. Photographer: Oskar Proctor

Lucy Tomlins, Din, 2015. Digital print using reactive textile dye on Mimaki inkjet TX2. 167.6 cm x 121.9 cm. Photographer: Oskar Proctor

Lucy Tomlin, Saturday Worship, 2013. Installation view. Photographer: Dominic Tschudin. The Chapter House, Worcester Cathedral

Lucy Tomlins, Concrete Country in Blue, 2012. Stich-welded steel, powder coated in French blue. 300 cm x 180 cm x 180 cm