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BEAST is an ongoing project that takes the form of a series of prints – presented alongside a publication containing a catalogue of the series – and as a paper written by Lucas Croall and Jack Booth that explores the complex relationship between human beings and wild animals within the urban landscape.
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Lucas Croall’s prints and installations investigate notions surrounding the tension between civilisation and wildness. His images often depict mutated animals or humans and aim to realise states of the psyche. By putting particular focus on the relationship between public presentation and private life and desires, his work examines these themes through social criticism and evaluations of modern psychology.
- BA Fine Art, University of South Australia, 2015
- Artist in residence, Can Serrat Print Studio, El Bruc, Barcelona, 2016; Art director, London Bridge City Summer Festival, 2015–17; Featured interior artist, ACMI X, Melbourne, 2017
- 'What A Relief', CGP Gallery, London, 2019; 'Nightmare Denizens of An Unexplored World', Dyson Gallery, Royal College of Art, London, 2019; 250th Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, Burlington House, 2018; 'Let Them Become Plastic', Solo Exhibition, The Mill Gallery, Adelaide, 2017; 'Nu Camo', Dual Exhibition with Gabriel Cole, The Mill Gallery, Adelaide, 2016
- 'A Sensible Guide to Employing Artists', Yewth Magazine, Adelaide, 2017