Phillip Andrew Lewis, , Grantee Link >
Phillip Andrew Lewis is an artist working in a variety of media including photography, video, objects and sound. His creative research often responds to historical events, psychology, and phenomenology. This work consistently examines duration, perceptual limits and attentive observation. Phillip is actively involved in collaboration with artists and various groups. Phillip was given a CAF grant for “The Graceful Distance of Miles,” a series of films that objectively document human and animal relationships.
Since 2016, Phillip has continued to create art in a variety of media. His work since the Graceful Distance of Miles has used objects such as rocks, and flags, to explore larger ideas. He has been a part of a variety of exhibitions and talks, most recently at the MU Hybrid Art House in the Netherlands, and has collaborated with other artists like Heather Dewey-Hagborg and Lenka Clayton.