Angela Lewis Places We’ve Never Been

Angela Lewis’ Places We’ve Never Been explores the connection between her late grandmother, and the older women she has photographed throughout the years. Inspired by a chance encounter in Vancouver, Lewis realized she was on an unconscious search for her grandmother by being drawn to photographing women alone in nature.

The portraits, often taken from behind, capture a moment of introspection, with each subject seemingly lost in their own world. This exhibition highlights eight large-format framed photographs, with the anonymity of the subjects inviting the viewer to step into the image, projecting their own narratives and memories.