Livvy is a Catalan-American artist and researcher originally from Sitges, Spain working in the fields of printmaking and analog photography. Livvy develops imagery by experimenting with recycled and organic materials, and self-portrait photography. She currently works at Zea Mays Printmaking in Florence, Massachusetts as the studio technician.
Livvy received her BFA in Studio Art and a minor in Environmental Studies at the Stamps School of Art and Design at the University of Michigan in 2019. She has received numerous grants to support her studio practice and research. In 2022 she received a fully funded fellowship to attend a residency at the Studios Mass MoCA. Her work has been shown nationally and internationally.
I make work that contemplates the emergence of the Anthropocene, responding to the personal and communal grief that comes with facing a world shaped by climate change and capitalism, and the hope sparked by communities actively combating it. I am interested in art practices that center community and am also excited by the materiality of my mediums, working with innovative and experimental print and photo processes that push for non-toxic and sustainable approaches to art-making.