Luci’s practice is concerned with the scientific visioning of landscape as seen from satellites or through the cameras on spacecraft and rovers on other worlds. She is interested in how landscape is re-presented as digital images as a means to gain new knowledge. Her work combines traditional printmaking techniques, lens based media and collage with fictional visualisations constructed in 3D software, 3D printing, and projection. At the heart of her work lies the notion of reconstructed landscape and the role technology plays in forming humanity’s relationship to both the Earth and other planets. Luci works as a Teaching Fellow in Fine Art at Winchester School of Art (University of Southampton) and as an Associate Lecturer in Visual Culture at the University of the West of England in Bristol. She holds a PhD in Critical & Historical Studies (RCA), an MA in Printmaking (RCA), and a BA (Hons) in Fine Art (Loughborough University).