Troc Talks Online - Lucy Kingsley

Trocadero Art Space present a series of projects developed by artists during COVID-19 lockdowns. Featuring an artist talk with Lucy Kingsley .

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Troc Talks Online

Trocadero Art Space present a series of projects developed by artists during COVID-19 lockdowns.


Duration
53 minutes

Trocadero Art Space presents a series of projects developed by artists during COVID-19 lockdowns.

Including artist talks, video projects, and Instagram takeovers, artists explored ways of making, creating, and Instagram takeovers, in response to exhibitions being postponed.

In this inaugural episode, Public Programs Coordinator Ellen Yeong Gyeong Son speaks with artist Lucy Kingsley show 'Rapunzel, Rapunzel, let down your severed hair'.

Curious about structures of storytelling, Lucy’s work explores how visual and textual information is ripped from context and how these parts stand dismembered from their sources.

Lucy Kingsley is an emerging Narrm/Melbourne-based visual artist and physical theatre performer. Her practice explores collage, painting, drawing, costuming, sculpture, and creative writing.

Lucy holds a Bachelor of Fine Art (2017) from Monash University and was the recipient of the World Food Books Prize for her work as part of the MADANow Graduate Exhibition, 2017.

'Rapunzel, Rapunzel, let down your severed hair', was presented at Trocadero Art Space in 2020.

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