Chicken Knickers 1997
Self Portrait with Fried Eggs 1996
Lucas was included in the 1988 group exhibition Freeze along with contemporaries including Angus Fairhurst, Damien Hirst, and Gary Hume. It was in the early 1990s when Lucas began using furniture as a substitute for the human body, usually with crude genital punning.
Lucas frequently employs a critical humor in her work in order to question conventions and highlighting the absurdity of the everyday. One of Lucas’ most famous works Two Fried Eggs and Kebab, parodies the traditional still life and evokes similarities between itself and feminist Judy Chicago’s infamous piece The Dinner Party.