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Lucie Rachel’s practice is somewhat confessional, working with still and moving image to narrate and navigate recurring themes of domestic relationships, gender and the unspoken. Lucie graduated from Fine Art at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design as one of the Royal Scottish Academy’s New Contemporaries in 2015, recognised for her documentary work observing the complexities of her mother and trans parent’s unusually well documented relationship. Her short film ‘Mother Father’ (2015) continues to be screened at multiple film festivals, while her accompanying book is part of the Dundee Artists Book Collection in the VRC at Dundee Contemporary Arts. Recently she completed a short documentary titled ‘Where We Are Now’ (2016) in the context of the Scottish Documentary Institute’s Bridging the Gap programme, which premiered at Edinburgh International Film Festival 2016. She is now working on an experimental art doc about mental health stigma and discrimination for Glasgow Film and See Me Scotland’s Film Fund. Lucie lives and works in Dundee, where she is a current committee member of Tin Roof Arts Collective and supporting member of COLAGE UK.
Film: Mother Father (2015) Official Selections: Ickle Film Festival (2015) Aesthetica Short Film Festival (nominated for best artist film) (2015) Underwire Festival (nominated for best under 25 category) (2015) Two Short Nights Festival (2015) Gather Film Festival (2016) Transit Arts with Glasgow Short Film Festival (2016) https://www.lucierachel.com
Selected artist for the 2016 New Contemporaries Exhibition at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh.
An award given to two fine art students in their third year of study at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design. A bursary to study in Moscow at the British Higher School of Art and Design for one semester. In memory of the late Jane Kelly, a former student of DJCAD, awarded by the university, funded by her family. www.journeyforjane.com