Lucy Andrews makes sculptures and site-specific installations. Her work aims to embody points of tension and collapse between natural and human-made systems. Through combining a wide range of materials she proposes a dynamic materiality which appears to fluctuate between organic and inorganic, liquid and solid, grown and made.

Lucy Andrews was born in Stoke-On-Trent, UK. She is a graduate of NCAD, Dublin and the Sandberg Institute, Amsterdam. Exhibitions include Outgrowths at the Leitrim Sculpture Centre (2019); Lowlife at Le Plafond Amsterdam (2016); Magnetism at Hazelwood House, Sligo (2015) and Futures at the RHA (2012). She was the recipient of the TBG+S Recent Graduate Residency 2012 and was also resident at the Bemis Center, USA (2018) and Est-Nord-Est, Canada (2020). Awards include the Dublin City Council Arts Bursary (2014) and the Arts Council of Ireland Visual Arts Bursary (2018).