Luci is an artist and writer based in the U.K. She teaches at the University of the West of England as an Associate Lecturer in Visual Culture and at De Montfort University as a Lecturer in Fine Art.
2017: PhD, Critical & Historical Studies, Royal College of Art
2013: MA Printmaking, Royal College of Art
2011: BA (Hons) Fine Art, Loughborough University
Conference papers and talks:
2017: "Martian Panoramas", poster presentation at the Art & Science Conference on Empirical Methods, University of Vienna, Austria.
2017: “Immersive Encounters with Unknown Lands: A Pre-history of Virtual Reality”, lecture to Visual Culture students at the University of the West of England, Bristol.
2017: “Stepping into the Image of Mars”, lecture to Visual Culture students at Syracuse University, London.
2017: Artist talk at Institute of Creative Technologies, De Montfort University, Leicester.
2017: Panel chair for Robot Futures: Vision and Touch in Robotics, Science Museum, London.
2017: “At the Centre of the Image: Terrain Models and Rover Driving”, paper presentation at Remote Control – Scales of Mediated Intervention, Humboldt University, Berlin.
2016: “Panoramic Visions: Mars as Image”, paper presented at the Seventh International Conference on the Image, John Moore’s University, Liverpool.
2016: “Panoramas: Historic examples of VR”, lecture to Visual Culture students at the University of the West of England, Bristol.
2016: Artist talk for Framed Expanse, Phoenix Arts Centre, Leicester.
2015: “A Glimpse of Mars through Fractured Illusion: The Materiality of the Stereo-Image”, paper presented to scientists at NASA Ames Research Centre, California.
2015: “A Glimpse of Mars through Fractured Illusion: The Materiality of the Stereo-Image”, paper presented at the Sixth International Conference on the Image, University of California, Berkeley.
2015: “Glimpsing Mars through 3D images”, paper at presented at Unseen symposium, National Maritime Museum, Greenwich.
2015: “Glimpsing Mars through 3D images”, paper at presented at Material Environments: Sensing Time and Matter in Digital & Visual Culture conference, University of Greenwich.
2014: “Collapsing the Frame and Stepping into the Image of Mars”, paper presented at the London Alternative Photography Collective’s September meeting.
Forthcoming 2018: “Walking on Mars: An Immersive Encounter through the Screen”, essay for Image – Action – Space. Situating the Screen in Visual Practice, edited by Luisa Feiersinger, Kathrin Friedrich and Moritz Queisner (Berlin: De Gruyter, 2018).
Forthcoming 2018: “Robot Futures: Vision and Touch in Robotics”, edited volume for Journal of Visual Culture.
2017: “Void”, poem for exhibition catalogue for Laboratory of Dark Matters at Guest Projects and Cleveland Ironstone Mining Museum.
2016: “Stepping into the Image of Mars”, Prova III, Royal College of Art. [http://researchonline.rca.ac.uk/1839/]
2015: “Curiosity’s New Home”, exhibition catalogue for You Belong to Me, Kaunas Gallery, Lithuania.
2015: Book review of Giuliana Bruno’s Surface, Journal of Visual Culture. [http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/1470412916630705?journalCode=vcua]
2015: “Curiosity’s New Home”, Journal for Visual Arts Practice, Taylor & Francis Online, Routledge, 23 February 2015. [http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/14702029.2015.1012852?journalCode=rjvp20]
2014: “A Glimpse of Mars through Fractured Illusion”, Prova II, Royal College of Art. [http://researchonline.rca.ac.uk/id/eprint/2563]
2018: Unfolding Landscape, De Cacaofabriek, Helmond, Netherlands.
2017: The Art of Planetary Science, Division for Planetary Science Conference, Provo, Utah.
2017: Mission on Mars, Maidstone International Arts Festival, Maidstone.
2017: Laboratory of Dark Matters, Guest Projects, London & CIMM, Cleveland.
2016: Framed Expanse, Phoenix Arts Centre, Leicester.
2016: Aether, Imperial College, London.
2015: 50 x 50 – Jealous Needs You Portfolio 2015, Saatchi Gallery, London.
2014: On New Grounds, part of Liverpool Biennial, The Bluecoat, Liverpool.
2014: AstroLAB, APT Gallery, London.
2013: Alter//Shift//Control, Bermondsey Project, London.
2013: Multiplied, Christies, London.
2013: Digital Futures, Design Week at the V&A, London.
2013: Selected Works and Projects from the RCA Graduate Show, Christies, London.
2013: RCA SHOW, Royal College of Art, London.
2013: Digital Futures, Open studio event at the V&A, London.
2013: Parallax, CGP, London
2013: Secret Postcard, Royal College of Art, London.
2013: Notes to Self, Royal College of Art, London.
2012: PHOTO & PRINT, Charlie Dutton Gallery, London.
2012: Midlands Print, Tarpey Gallery, Castle Donnington.
2012: New Prints, International Print Centre, New York.
2012: I Took the Lift to the Sixth Floor, CGP, London.
2011: Photo-media, Charlie Dutton Gallery, London.
2011: SNW//BLND, Vyner St Gallery, London.
2011: Five Quarters, Acquire Arts, London.
2010 CRASH, Charlie Dutton Gallery, London.
2010: Minutiae, Bank St Arts, Sheffield.
Permanent collections include the Royal Bank of Canada and the British Museum and Royal College of Art print archives.
April 2017: Laboratory of Dark Matters, part of a group of artists in residence at Guest Projects, London, making work in response to the search for dark matter at the underground laboratory in Boulby, Yorkshire.
July 2017: Co-convener of Robot Futures: Vision and Touch in Robotics, conference to be held at Science Museum, London.
March 2015: Co-curator of film and artist video programme at MK Gallery for exhibition How to Construct a Time Machine.
March 2015: Convener of symposia on Speculation as part of the Humanities Research Forum, Royal College of Art.
2014-2017: TECHNE Associate Award for PhD research.
2013-2017: RCA 175 Scholarship for PhD research.
2013: Shortlisted for the Terrance Conran Award.
2013: Shortlisted for the Augustus Martin Award.
2011: Leicester Print Workshop Graduate Prize.