Lucie Feighan is a London based artist. She trained in Textile Design, winning the Courtauld’s Prize for her work. In 2017, she earned a Masters in Fine Art with Distinction.
Her Entangled embroidery series was informed by extensive research on the tradition of ‘Nushu’. An ancient coded writing system from 10th-century Jiangyong County, China, it was written by women to communicate secretly with other women. Their unique script emerged from the embroidery rooms where they worked together making lotus shoes for bound feet. Feighan creates her own touch memorials, to record, remember, and embody significant individuals in her life.