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Dr Lucy Lyons is an artist and lecturer in drawing research and painting at City & Guilds of London Art School. Her research investigates drawing as a phenomenological activity that evidences experience and communicates knowledge in medical sciences. Her work is made in medical museums, labs and dissection rooms. Her PhD Delineating Disease: a system for investigating Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Progressiva, involved using drawing as an activity to investigate the breadth of experiences of FOP, a rare disease where connective tissue turns to bone. As a Postdoctoral Fellow at Medical Museion at University of Copenhagen her research investigated issues relating to ageing in a medical museum context through drawing practice.
She is currently artist in residence at Barts Pathology Museum QMUL where she coordinates the Drawing Parallels project.
Monthly Archives: June 2014
Before I embark on making one of the drawings used for the project I often make quick visual notes to help me pin point the areas of interest and to help me ‘think around’ the object. These notes are all … Continue reading