Léna Lewis-King (b.1999) is an artist-filmmaker based in Portugal. Léna Lewis-King’s work engages with everyday magical transformations emerging within the intersections between nature and technology. Framing her perspective from a feminist viewpoint, she often features psychic and spiritual aspects of lived experience, as her films meditate on the impact techno-capitalist acceleration exerts upon ephemeral life and living in the world. Léna’s curatorial experiences include co-founding Apertura Institute (2022), founding the online publication ‘open2’ (2020-21), and curating the group show ‘Point and Shoot’ at Platform Gallery, Kingston School of Art, London (2020).
Léna’s most recent commission was with the Roundhouse in London, and she has previously exhibited works at Lumiar Cité (2022), London Short Film Festival (2022), The Roundhouse (2021), Genesis Cinema (2021), The Bomb Factory Foundation (2021), La Galleria Nazionale (2021), Google Arts and Culture (2021), Art Connect (2021), BFI London (2019), The Armory Show (2018), Aesthetica Film Festival (2017), Chisenhale Gallery (2017), ICA London (2017), SPACE Studios (2017), De La Warr Pavilion (2017), Arnolfini Bristol (2017), Fitzrovia Gallery (2016), and across Latin America as a part of FEM Tour Truck festival (2017-2018).