Lucy Dyson‘s second solo exhibition “As surprising as life” is now on view at Michael Reid Berlin. Lucy’s intricate handcrafted collages are recognised for their compelling and unique narratives, often underpinned with a light-hearted and colourful sense of humour. Also a talented animator, Lucy says: “Ever since I was a child I have always made collages, cutting up old encyclopaedias – and family photographs! I never consciously decided on animation or collage; they have always gone hand-in-hand for me. The subversive nature of collage has always appealed to my sense of humour: making new worlds, escapism, being left alone to...
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