A Chat with Lucy Davis, 2016 / by Michael Lee

  Artist-writer   Lucy   Davis next to an assemblage that was part of an exhibition called “Railtrack Songmaps” during the M1 Singapore Fringe Festival at Gillman Barracks in January 2016, more recently “re-wilded" along the former KTM Malaysian railway Singapore. Photo taken near her Wilton Close residence, Singapore, by Michael Lee.

Artist-writer Lucy Davis next to an assemblage that was part of an exhibition called “Railtrack Songmaps” during the M1 Singapore Fringe Festival at Gillman Barracks in January 2016, more recently “re-wilded" along the former KTM Malaysian railway Singapore. Photo taken near her Wilton Close residence, Singapore, by Michael Lee.

Wilton Close, Singapore

Recorded June 22, 2016; Posted September 1, 2016

 

In this chat in her residence at Wilton Close, Singapore, artist-writer Lucy Davis shares with Michael Lee about her childhood and educational experiences; her editorial work and her relationship with advocacy and activism; her art practice; her observations about nature and the supernatural; the courses she taught and her views about education; and her network of colleagues and friends in Singapore.

More on the artist: http://www.migrantecologies.org

 

The interview has been edited for clarity and conciseness.

© 2016 Lucy Davis and Michael Lee

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