Lucie-Lotte’s Creative Asset was inspired by her visit to the Isle of May. There she learned about the importance of monitoring seabird populations as an indicator of environmental changes. Before she had also been fascinated by the interconnected nature of ecosystems, and so she decided to reflect these two insights and interests in her Creative Asset.
The final piece is made of recycled paper which Lucie-Lotte made herself, and the shapes are made using a printing method inspired by Impressionism. In South College Street, we showcase a printed version of the final work on paper. See Lucie-Lotte’s description on EFI Student Exhibitions page to read more about her fascinating work and the process through which it came to life.