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Trained as a sound artist, Boston-based Georgina Lewis (she/her) is a first generation American and dual citizen, raised in Amish Country (Lancaster, Pennsylvania) and rural Nova Scotia. She works across media crafting pieces that examine dissonance: what tensions and artifacts result when one or more things come in contact. Lewis’ current work references alchemy, nature, and the anthropocene, using materials such as rain, snow, sand, plastic, mold, and paper to construct images and objects that are both magical and therapeutic: provocative reminders that transformation and change can be both possible and beneficial. Lewis questions the power we invest in technology and the effect this is having on us, believing that it is more important to be whole than perfect.   

Georgina received her MFA from Bard College and holds undergraduate degrees from SMFA at Tufts University and Franklin and Marshall College. She also spent a year in MassArt’s undergraduate Studio for Interrelated Media program. Her work has been presented at numerous venues, including Montserrat College of Art’s Frame 301 Gallery, Boston University's 808 gallery, Visual Studies Workshop, Grapefruits Art Space, Portland, OR, Acogedor LA, the Mills Gallery, and Boston Cyberarts. She has been a resident at the Millay Colony and the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts among others, a fellow at Harvard’s metaLAB and is a Boston Center for the Arts Studio Resident. Georgina is represented by Fountain Street Gallery in Boston.

Find Georgina on Instagram at georgina.lewis

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