Tuesday, 8 May 2018

TSOTF at Normal? and Joey Mellen

Lewis is delighted to be returning to Normal? Festival of the Brain at Folkestone's Quarterhouse Arts Centre to work with another group of local writers to produce 'diagnoses' of artworks.

Follow along on Twitter @TSOTFringe or access the writing here.

Lewis also attended a talk by self-trepanation pioneer Joey Mellen at the MOTH Club, writing up the experience for Hackney Citizen. Access his article here.

Joey Mellen's Bore Hole Memoir

Friday, 20 April 2018

Friday, 30 March 2018

Something Other Chapter 5

Lewis is delighted to have his piece What You Doing? Recording. Silence. included in Chapter 5 of Something Other - 'On Silences and Noise'.

--Read it here--

Lewis also performed the piece at Something Other Live at the Peckham Pelican on the 20th of March 2018.

Thursday, 8 March 2018

She Bangs The Drums

Lewis is working as Dramaturg for Contact Young Company's new performance She Bangs The Drums, directed by long term collaborators Sh!t Theatre.

Lewis will also be presenting a paper on this performance and the relation between contemporary live art and the histories of social movements at the Centennial Reflections on Women's Suffrage and Arts conference.

Monday, 26 February 2018

Critical Interruptions at Steakhouse Live

Lewis was one of the live writers for Critical Interruptions at Steakhouse Live 2018
 - Read the work of all the writers here -

Madeline Botet de Lacaze / Nature

Wednesday, 7 February 2018

Recent Writing + New Projects

Lewis recently reviewed Julia Gorton's exhibition Pretty in Punk at Untitled Bar for Hackney Citizen, as well as Richard Linklater's new film Last Flag Flying for Loose Lips.
Read them here:

Last Flag Flying
Pretty in Punk x Julia Gorton

Lewis is also delighted to be working with Bootworks Theatre Company on their publications DIY. 

DIY and DIY Too are available for purchase through Unbound here, with further information about DIY Three to follow.

Thursday, 4 January 2018

Happy New Year!

Heres to a great 2018, and a new stage of projects! Having completed a PhD in 2017, ran writing projects at huge international festivals, had writing appear in numerous publications and taught several undergraduate courses at different universities, the new year is full of promise. In 2018 Lewis will:

  • Continue to work with writing partners at international arts festivals.
  • Be producing more arts journalism and commentary for various sites and publications.
  • Expand his academic and research profile through conferences and publications.
  • Continue to develop his teaching profile in HE.
  • Reengage with creative projects more directly. Lewis' most recent dramaturgical work - Stacy Makishi's The Comforter, is at The Yard in January 2018.
  • Be bringing a new focus to his personal creative practice, including new music and performance projects. 

Enquiries or information about interesting projects are always welcome! Contact.