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Walls/Graphs, 1969

Glenn Lewis

15 January to 12 February 2005
23 February to 19 March 2005

Belkin Satellite, 555 Hamilton Street, Vancouver

Glenn Lewis (born 1935, Chemainus, British Columbia) is part of the first generation of interdisciplinary artists behind Vancouver’s “Western Front.” He has exhibited, performed and screened video productions internationally.

Lewis’ collectivist approach to art and culture in Vancouver lead to his co-founding of the “New Era Social Club”; he was instrumental locally in shaping the form and functions of the Intermedia Society. Between 1965 and the present, the artist’s work has evolved in consecutive experiments dispersed between the applied art of ceramic production to architectural installation, improvisational performance work, and currently, horticultural research on British Columbia’s Sunshine Coast.

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