Untitled Sequence (2017) explores the material processes of filmmaking, such as visual narration, cinematography, soundtrack and editing from the perspective of a young female artist. This film also engages with contemporary issues of identity and allegories of artistic creation by drawing upon and reconsidering the history of cinema – particularly the visual dreamscapes of Jean Cocteau and Maya Deren, Nobuhiko Obayashi's editing processes and Lee Miller’s embodiment of both the artist and artist’s muse by working both in front of and behind the camera.
Léna Lewis-King is a visual artist and filmmaker who was lives and works in London. Lewis-King spent four years in California where she studied theatre at the Oakland School for the Arts. She works across various media and had her first solo show of drawings, paintings and films at Fitzrovia Gallery, London in July 2016. She also produces her own music for the soundtracks for her films and performs original music for live audiences.