Lewis Bush works across media and platforms to visualise forms of contemporary power. After studying history and working in international development he began developing his own projects in 2012. His work has explored issues ranging from the aggressive redevelopment of London, to the systemic inequalities of the art world. Recent works include Shadows of the State, which examines the democratic deficit of intelligence gathering, and Trading Zones which focuses on international finance. Bush has written extensively on photography, and since 2011 he has run the Disphotic blog. He has curated exhibitions and is lecturer in documentary photography at London College of Communication.
April 2017 – November 2019 at Digital Catapult, London