Georgina Lewis  
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Georgina Lewis is an artist, writer, and curator with an immense fondness for information. She employs text, sound, photography, and sculpture to create work that probes the juncture of the human and the machine; nature and the built environment.

Georgina's work has been presented at numerous venues, including the Visual Studies Workshop, National University of Ireland, REDCAT in Los Angeles, GASP, Axiom, Art Interactive, the Mills Gallery, and Boston University's 808 gallery. She is the recipient of grants and residencies from the Millay Colony, the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, and the Council for the Arts at MIT. She received her MFA in sound from Bard College and holds undergraduate degrees from Franklin and Marshall College and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston. She was a 2012-13 fellow at Harvard University's metaLAB and is currently a fellow at MIT's Hyperstudio. She works in an academic research library and is also a member of the Boston based new technologies group Collision Collective. Georgina is one of the Studio Artists at the Boston Center for the Arts.