Lucy Wheeler (b. 1995) is a multi-faceted artist, designer and creative technologist. A trained artist, Lucy creates extended reality art experiences, teaches digital technologies at London College of Fashion and has co-founded The Immersive Kind, art and advanced technology organisation and creative extended reality (XR) studio.

Wheeler explores the chaos in our world and is a London-based art, sustainability and metaverse creator and researcher. She has worked in creative technology outreach and exhibited online and offline whilst also establishing herself as a creative director for contemporary art and creative technology industries.

Wheeler has given talks for various cultural organisations including, Brazil Immersive Fashion Week, British Film Institute, Digital Catapult, Chelsea College of Arts, Digital Maker Collective, Plymouth College of Art, Somerset House, Studio Wayne McGregor, Tate Exchange, Women in 3D Printing.

After achieving a First Class BA (Hons) Fine Arts degree at University Arts London, Lucy was invited to be the July 19 Digital Art House resident, toured her virtual reality project, ‘Just-in-Time’ at multiple pop-up art and tech events with The Immersive Kind. Wheeler has been selected to exhibit in various group art exhibitions at art spaces including A.P.T Gallery and Wimbledon Space.

Curator’s Radar #2: Discover the XR artist Lucy Wheeler

Dive into the metaverse with Lucy Wheeler, an extended reality artist who converges her fine art skills with the [...]

2021-12-04T13:49:40+00:0020 February 2021|Computer Art, Digital Art, Interview, Mixed Reality, New Media Art, Podcast Interview, Virtual Reality|Comments Off on Curator’s Radar #2: Discover the XR artist Lucy Wheeler
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