Peter Wayne Lewis: "There is a Rhythm in my Work"

Nick Swerdlow
Jun 23, 2016 5:36AM

Josh Feola of Time Out Beijing sits down with Peter Wayne Lewis to discuss the relationship between and musical improvisation, theoretical physics, art history, and the "synchronicity of design" at play in his abstract painting suites recently shown at the Ullens Center for Contemporary Art Beijing. 

"This was a deliberate attempt at creating a work of art that reads visually as a symphony of colour, light [and] differing time signatures. The modulation of the form of the paintings is done in a way where there are quiet passages and more aggressive areas, all working together in synchronicity, or harmony of design." — Peter Wayne Lewis

You can read the interview in its entirety here.  

Nick Swerdlow