Lucy Hogg
These portfolios of images examine the situations where art is found, in production or in its finished state, in studios, art schools, museums, biennales, the street, and sometimes the domestic realm.

Humans are hard-wired to manipulate reality: We are devoted to constructiing, acquiring, rearranging, deconstructing, recycling and disposing of stuff.

Art is as much a byproduct of such urges as it is an elevated, freestanding activity. In my photographs I hope to explore the modes of consumption common to art and the everyday.