Lucy Turner is an artist originally from Ayrshire. She currently divides her time between Scotland and Bournemouth where she teaches Media and Digital Arts. Since graduating from Glasgow Art School in 2008 she has been working with paper to respond to the natural environment and technological change. Scottish geologist James Hutton, who in 1787 found his first example of angular unconformityin Lochranza on Arran, inspires the exhibited work. Lucy studied sculpture and environmental art at Glasgow School of Art. She went on to complete an MA in Interactive Media in Arts University Bournemouth where she developed technical skills in media including immersive sound environments, digital editing and projection mapping.
She is currently studying an MFA at Goldsmiths University in London and is based in Bournemouth.