Mary-Margaret Lucas

Franklin, Tennessee / Knoxville, Tennessee 

 

My work is about navigating and claiming my identity as an identical twin. I have sought independence for so long and now that I finally have it, I question my initial desire for it. This is uncomfortable and only through the act of making can I negotiate the emotional and physical space between my reciprocal and myself. There is a push and pull between packing away personal histories and exposing them at the same time. Only by making the scale of the works approximate the body do they become large enough and strong enough to contain my complex sentiment.

 

Education

2018     Candidate for BFA in Studio Art 2D, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

 

Solo Exhibitions

2017     In the Margins, Gallery 1010, Knoxville, Tennessee

            Available Means, Gallery 1010, Knoxville, Tennessee

 

Group Exhibitions

2018     University of Tennessee Artist in Residence Biennial, Ewing Gallery, Knoxville, Tennessee (Collaboration with Dana Degiulio)

2017     Sculpture Clubby, Gallery 1010, Knoxville, Tennessee

            Phone Home, Knoxville Center, Knoxville, Tennessee

            Staying Alive, 70th Annual Student Art Competition, Ewing Gallery, Knoxville, Tennessee (catalog) (curated by Rob Tarbell  and Mike Calway-Fagen) 

            In.Ex.Clusion, Fluorescent Gallery, Knoxville, Tennessee

 

 

Curatorial

2017     Fluid, Gallery 1010, Knoxville, Tennessee