Lucy Grubb

Lucy is an artist based in Coventry. Her current thoughts are interested in using shifting and gesture as compositional devices where potentialities are imagined. Through language and architecture works combine to reconsider modes of production as a rehearsal space where thoughts slip, slide, refuse, relate and hold.

In July 2022 she was a graduate researcher with Paul Mellon Centre x Yale School of Art where she organised COMMON-NOTE(S) – an experimental ground for unpublished thinking and writing. She has previously published in Art Review Oxford and Must Use Critical Knowledge (M.U.C.K).  Currently, she is a Research Associate with the Centre for Contemporary Art, Derry~Londonderry between 2023-2025, and runs ‘flatGROUND’, a curatorial project existing within and between structures, doors, windows, gas pipes, and drains.

She works four days (30hrs) a week and her salary is paid at the Real Living Wage.

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