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Pigeon Feather Pie Chart
Pigeon Feather Pie Chart

Lucy Stevens is an artist whose environmental soundscapes and visual art investigate the relationship between humanity and nature.

Working with field recordings, digital illustration, photography, drawing and printmaking to reveal the fascinating behaviour of wildlife and the diversity of species; through the process of listening, observing, responding and recording.

The work ranges from creating visual compositions in response to birdsong, to producing graphical montages from observing bird behaviour, to creating historical site-specific binaural audio walks based on the relationship between place and people.

Recent exhibitions and commissions include: 

Representing birdsong, a project funded by Arts Council England, to visualise birdsong and to inspire music, to be exhibited at the LCB Depot, Leicester, 14 October – 12 December, 2014.

Radioactive: Air Traffic, a series of soundscapes recorded as part of a residency, exhibited at Balfron Tower open studios, Balfron Tower, London, September 2014.

Oil Spill, digital print exhibited at the Atrium Gallery at the ICCA, Nottingham and will tour to other venues across the East Midlands and MS University in Baroda India, 2014.

Curlew song and Brambling and Redshank song, monoprints and soundtrack, exhibited at the Bonington Gallery, Nottingham Trent University as part of the Since: 1843: In the Making exhibition, 2014.

The Magic Voice, digital print exhibited at the School of Museum Studies, University of Leicester (2013 – 2014) and the Open 25 exhibition at New Walk Museum & Art Gallery, Leicester, (2014).

Drawing birdsong artist residency in Northern Sweden at Ricklundgarden, May 2013.

Pigeon Feather Pie Chart and Pigeon Clock Graph (both digital prints) exhibited at Nottingham Castle Museum and Art Gallery Open exhibition (2012) and New Walk Museum Open exhibition (2013).

The Pigeon Post artist residency in Marnay-sur-Seine, France during April 2011, to explore the pigeon post into Paris during 1870 – 1871.