Lucy Sabin’s mixed media and multidisciplinary artistic research probes the interstices between environments, media, and bodies. With a highly interdisciplinary background, Sabin is drawn toward atmospheres, breathing, symbiotic and post-digital worlds.

Sabin is currently finishing a practice-related Ph.D. on the concept of “air quality” in the UCL Department of Geography with funding from the Arts and Humanities Research Council. Versed in participatory methods and art–science, Sabin has collaborated within and beyond academia, consulted galleries on digital participation, and completed a DYCP Award from Arts Council England. Her first solo exhibition, Exposición, took place at the University of Bern in May 2022.

Sabin is currently a School Tutor in Media, Arts, and Humanities at the University of Sussex. She has also held teaching positions at University for the Creative Arts and Arts University Bournemouth and has guest-lectured at the Royal College of Art, the University of Oxford, UCL, and Brighton University.

Sabin’s artworks have aired on BBC Arts and BBC Radio 4. Her peer-reviewed articles and chapters have appeared in Film Matters, Venti Journal, and Routledge Handbook of Digital Environmental Humanities (2022). Throughout 2023, Sabin will be presenting her creative Ph.D. at a handful of interdisciplinary conferences and symposia; follow her blog and Instagram for updates.

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