Lucy Teasdale (*1984) is a British-German sculptor. She lives and works in Berlin. She is interested in playing with & reinterpreting sculptural motifs. A recurring theme in her work is the struggle to show movement within a static sculpture. At the moment she is working on a series of sculptures based around the idea of turning points of history – a reaction to the currently often heard phrase “In these unprecedented times…” For this exhibition she will be showing her new work “1848- Year of Revolutions”, which was produced during her month at Framed process as well as a selection of other works.
About the exhibition:
For this exhibition Lucy Teasdale will be showing her new work “1848- Year of Revolutions”, which was produced during her month at Framed process.
It’s startling to realize how many sculptures show heroic figures. In this exhibition a number of Teasdale’s works look at this topic. There are reinterpreted sporting trophies, battling saints and over-elevated dignitaries. In addition to the cast works, a number of clay models are on display providing a look into the studio process.