Studio Lucy Sanderson is a multidisciplinary design and research studio with a provision to bring equality to environments, conceiving creative and research projects from initial concept through to production. Campaigning for the future of change.
Our work manifests materiality, moving image, sculpture, exhibition design, set design, spatial design and photography in response to notions of gender politics, equality and behavioural conditioning constructed through the psyche. This process of working is deeply embedded in 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, cultural capital, recognition of white privilege and gender through the means of equality.
Founder, Lucy Sanderson b.1986 from York is a British multidisciplinary designer, Goldsmiths and Royal College of Art graduate and currently a Somerset House Studios resident based in London. 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 and the rebrand of Kickers. Then spent two years producing music events and installations for Italian denim brand, Diesel. Since 2010 she has worked as a set, stage and spatial designer creating environments, films and research for ChromaYoga, Diesel, Facebook, Laura Mercier, COS, Fullers, Moschino, Westminster City Council, Northbank, Fatberg, Kings College London, The Feminist Library, The Centre for Investigative Journalism (CIJ), Topman, Georgia Hardinge, Muramasa, Tate Modern and Huawei.
Set Design Portfolio: lucylucylucy.com
Visiting Lecturer on the BA Media and Communications, Goldsmiths College, University of London
Visiting Lecturer and mentor on the MA Narrative Environments, Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts
Hosts and curates workshops about accessibility through design on the MA Studio Design Investigations, Vienna University of Applied Arts
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.