Luiza Milewicz is an Australian contemporary light artist creating sculptural works for interior spaces. She combines modern materials with hand and industrial processes to create unique lighting, crossing boundaries between art and product design. The synthesis of applied art techniques alongside precision industrial processes, including laser-cutting, powder-coating, anodising, metal spinning, and moulding, results in limited-edition works that are simultaneously decorative and functional.
Luiza primarily works with LED technology to explore the concept of light as a sculptural medium, transforming objects from the material, tactile, and static into the visual, virtual, and kinetic. The use of materials, such as polystyrene, plastics, resins, rubbers, and metals are central to the development of forms that catch, reflect, and modulate light, allowing for colourful and lightweight methods of design.
Luiza carries a Masters degree from UNSW Art and Design, and has exhibited her works at numerous exhibitions, galleries, and retail venues in Australia and overseas. Her works are inspired from observations in nature and geometry, evoking micro/macro organisms and universal shapes through an abstract visual language of colour, pattern, movement and form.