Elyse Lewis is an interdisciplinary artist from Montreal’s South Shore. Through the use of photography and text, she looks within experiences from her personal life to explore issues of psychological and philosophical nature. From an honest and vulnerable point of view, her presentation of organized documents reveals concerns regarding privacy, objectivity, manipulation, and interpretation.
Lewis holds a BFA in Photography from Concordia University (2017). Her work has been shown in galleries such as Le Livart and Donald Browne, and has been published online on Washing Dishes as well as self-published in in two books: Opiate Summer (2016) and Cycles of Abuse (2020). Lewis was also part of Artch’s exhibition for emerging contemporary art in 2019. She works and resides in Montreal.