Lila Bernstein-Newman is an interdisciplinary practitioner working with projects and briefs that span from film and graphics to research and objects. As a disabled designer, she often draws from her lived experience of Type 1 Diabetes by using data and actions generated by medical technology in her work. Interested in research-led projects, Lila’s personal practice and freelance roles have seen her collaborate with specialists (The Natural History Museum, The Francis Crick Institute) and make use of archival material (The National Archives, Dana Research Centre, The British Library).

Lila is currently a freelance designer, providing graphics, illustration and research to artists, individuals and companies.

Exhibitions and workshops
2019: ‘The Milk Has Turned Against Us’, Copeland Park,London Electron Microscopes: Mediation and Manipulation
2019: ‘Prelon Musk: Acts of Kleiness’, Asylum Chapel, London Electron Microscopes: Mediation and Manipulation
2019: Open Platform Reading Room Event, Wellcome Collection, London Microscopes and Manipulation: is seeing believing?

2019: BA(Hons) Design, First Class from Goldsmiths UoL
2019: Facilitator Training Day at Wellcome Collection
2018: Completion of Code First: Girls Beginners HTML/CSS Web Development Course
2016: Distinction in Foundation in Art and Design from Camberwell UAL

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Handcoded by Lila Bernstein-Newman