Milla Lewis (b. 1997, London) is a recent graduate of Photography (BA) at the University of Brighton, where she received a First. She has co-curated and exhibited works in Brighton and London, including Uniqlo’s Tate Late’s event at the Tate Modern.

Milla’s work explores the space between the body and the landscape, a relationship formed by natural, cultural, mythological and personal experience. She is interested in both the physical and psychological elements of this relationship and how structural meanings shape our understanding of them. Her practise draws from a large range of literary and artistic sources, physics, semiotics and many more – all of which dwell above an existence we will never truly see or understand. 


2019 Photoworks Graduate Award: Runner–up

2019 Nagoya University of the Arts: Award of Excellence

Relevant Exhibitions / Features

2019 Cutting Corners group show, 504 Gallery Brixton

- 2019 This Side of the Blue, group show as part of Free Range, The Truman Brewery

- 2019 ALARUM as part of the Soft Power Platform: European Artist convention, Berlin

2019 Rendered In Light group show, ONCA Gallery

2018 'Once Is Never' featured on The Photographic Journal

- 2018 Relation/Isolation group show, Whirled Cinema Brixton

2018 Cafuné Collective group show, Gallery 35 North

2018 Still There group show, ONCA Gallery

2018 Corneacopia group show, UoB Grand Parade

- 2017 exhibited as part of Uniqlo’s Tate Late’s, Tate Modern

- 2014 group show of self-published zines, Brighton Biennale

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