Featuring meticulously crafted sculptures pieced together from found materials, the artist creates a speculative imagining of an ancestral site in the cosmos, with a practice that works to heal “personal, collective and historical traumas through labour”. As noted in the press text, “Lewis reflects on the possibilities of outer space as a locus of both a black past and a black future, one where that which is unbound—materially, spiritually and otherwise—is given license to take shape anew.”**
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