"I see art making as an ongoing process for dismantling the harmful constructs and anti-Black violence I see & contend with in order to make space for healing."
Madison Lewis lives and works in New York. Her artistic practice consists of using Black radical theory as framework to create paintings and drawings. She is primarily concerned with race in the digital frontier, the violence of imperial Christianity, and Black Americans’ relationship to the American landscape. She holds a BFA in Painting and Drawing from Purchase College.
Hometown: Mount Vernon, NY