Lucy Rose Sabin (she/they) is an artist and researcher of cultural geography. Her work deals with timely themes, such as air quality, breathing, and ways of reconnecting with nature. Sabin’s projects use a variety of processes involving digital and analogue media. She has collaborated with scientists and co-created online exhibitions with gallery audiences. In 2021, Sabin was selected for the Developing Your Creative Practice programme delivered by Arts Council England. Her work has featured on BBC Radio 4 and BBC Arts.
Before becoming an artist, Sabin worked as a freelance website designer and yoga instructor. She holds a Master’s in Communication from the Royal College of Art and is currently undertaking a practice-related PhD in Geography at UCL, thanks to a full scholarship from the London Arts and Humanities Partnership. Sabin has lectured and tutored at University for the Creative Arts and Arts University Bournemouth among others. Based in Brighton, she enjoys café culture, live music, and coastal walks (rain or shine).