Forgotten Project by Lucy


Behind this wall hides the old Roma football training grounds 'Campo Testaccio'. Now abandoned the grounds resemble a forest, the stadium lights remain off and no one enters. It had been promised to be restored as a communal stadium but work was halted prematurely and has since been forgotten.

Forgotten Project aim to draw attention back to vital community spaces in central Rome that have been neglected, over shadowed by the tourist attractions. 

At Campo Testaccio together we painted the 40m length of the exterior wall. Thank you to everyone involved in the project and to all the locals who stopped to show and share their support. You can read more behind the scenes on the Blocal blog.

And if you're in Rome go see all their mural projects, it makes for an alternative way to see this incredible city without selfie sticks ruining your view.

To help support this project further all artists involved have released prints available on the F.P's online shop

 Campo Testaccio was the stadium for A.S. Roma.

Campo Testaccio was the stadium for A.S. Roma.

Flatpack Film Festival by Lucy

Congratulations to Matt Watkins for winning a Flatpack Film Festival award for the best short in the Optical Sound category for his film of me painting in New Zealand along with music by Fis & Rob Thorne. Was an honour to see the film on the big screen at the Festival's 12th year. 


Awarded Best Short in the Optical Sound category at Flatpack Festival no.12 (2018)


UK artist Lucy McLauchlan was invited to New Zealand in April 2017 for the Paradox street art festival hosted by Tauranga Art Gallery and curated by Oi YOU! This short film by Matt Watkins documents behind the scenes of Lucy's process and environment while featuring the sounds of two unique New Zealand musicians; Fis (Oliver Peryman) & Rob Thorne (Ngāti Tumutumu) with "Front Ear", a collaborative track taken from their LP "Clear Stones" released on Subtext Recordings.

Bristol KASSO+SMOGG by Lucy

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KASSO+SMOGG presents Spring Affair  
A week-long happening in the historic heart of Bristol, featuring a shimmering constellation of UK artists.’ In keeping with the spring theme of renewal, each day will see a new mix of work from a stellar line-up of artists alongside featured products from the archives, including works from long-since sold out editions.

Featured artists will include:
Mr. Jago
Anna Marrow
Word to Mother
Vinnie Nylon
Lucy McLauchlan
Russell Maurice
Matt Eko
Anna Higgie
+ Guests

Spring Affair opens with a preview reception on March 22nd from 6 – 9:30pm at 34 St. Nicholas St. Bristol BS1 1TG and will continue through March 29th from 10am – 5pm, at which point the space will stay true to its mantra and ‘disappear here