Studio Lucy Sanderson is a multidisciplinary practice with a provision to design for equality. Conceiving creative projects from initial concept through to production, we hope to inspire for the future of change.
Studio Lucy Sanderson's work manifests materiality, moving image, sculpture, spatial design and photography in response to notions of gender politics and behavioural conditioning constructed through the psyche. This process of working is deeply embedded in the post-digital discourse, curiously observing how the education of tactility through materials can evoke emotion.
Sanderson coined the term, "(every)body deserves equality", 2016 - referring to the 'body' as a glocalised landscape with the premise to perform in society without stereotyping. This concept was initially related to acknowledging the lack of people of colour within the feminist discourse, '(every)body' is the groundwork ideology hoping to redefine the notion of sexuality, nationality, age, culture, capital-culture and gender through the means of equality.
Lucy Sanderson b.1986 is a British multidisciplinary designer and Royal College of Art graduate. A feminist activist and sociologist using design as a tool to shape environments. Lucy has worked as part of the creative team that launched Uni Qlo in the UK, Redbull Flugtag, The Simpsons, Sky One and rebrand of Kickers. Then spent two years producing music events and installations for ‘BE STUPID’ a campaign dedicated to taking risks and being brave for Italian denim brand, Diesel. Since 2010 she has worked as a Set and Spatial Designer creating installations and spaces for Chroma Yoga UK, COS, Fullers, Moschino, Motherjuice, MyHotel, Topman, and Universal Records to name a few.
Co-founder of Berber Berber with Catriona Crawford.
Visiting Lecturer on the MA Film Making, Goldsmiths College, University of London.
Somerset House Studios Resident
MA Interior Design, School of Architecture – Royal College of Art. Head of Programme, Ab Rogers.
BA Hons Communications (Film & Photography) and Sociology – Goldsmiths College, University of London. Head of Programme, Celia Lury.