Sydney Mills is an artist working within the mediums of photography, video and sculpture. She aims to create work that asks viewers to contemplate speculative fictions about the human condition and the larger humanistic, societal and psychological implications of bodily plasticity, modification and commodification.
She received her MFA in Photography & Media from California Institute of the Arts in 2018 and her BA in Fine Art from the University of Southern California in 2010. Solo and two person exhibitions include: CONSUMED and PATHOLOGICAL at CalArts, PARTS at 3001 Gallery and Station Gallery, and FANTASY IRL at Helen Lindhurst Fine Art Gallery. Mills has shown work internationally at the Institute of Contemporary Art Singapore, Semperdepot (Vienna, Austria), and Busan Photo Fair (Busan, South Korea), and in numerous group shows at Los Angeles based art spaces, including The Box, Noysky Projects, Keystone Gallery, and Monte Vista Projects. She lives and works in Los Angeles.