Edward Lewis

His Blood,
In Search of A Face

Phi Centre
407 St-Pierre
Espace C

May 11, 2015 - June 13, 2015


His Blood, In Search of a Face
Jason Edward Lewis with Bruno Nadeau
Music: Paul Dolden

Gallery Hours: Monday to Saturday 12 – 5 PM

Free admission

Please note that from June 4 to 7, the gallery hours will be extended from 11 AM to 8 PM, to celebrate the launch of Le Rhinocéros by Phi boutique.

His Blood, In Search of A Face consists of the eight major screen works from the Poetry for Excitable [Mobile] Media (P.o.E.M.M. Cycle), a series of poems written and designed to be read on touch devices, from large-scale exhibition surfaces to mobile screens. All of the works in the P.o.E.M.M. Cycle engage the question of how we talk to one another, how we locate ourselves in wider cultural geographies, how we authenticate ourselves against our own expectations and that of others, and how matters that are once seen as so vital—so essential—can later be regarded as contingent. www.poemm.net

DHC/ART wishes to thank Jason Edward Lewis, Bruno Nadeau and their supporters for production of this exhibition: Canada Council for the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, Fonds de recherche du Québec – Société et la culture, Concordia University, Hexagram, and imagineNATIVE.


Jason Edward Lewis is a digital media artist, poet and software designer. He is a University Research Chair and Professor of Computation Arts at Concordia University as well as a Trudeau Fellow. He founded Obx Laboratory for Experimental Media, and co-founded the Aboriginal Territories in Cyberspace research network. He enjoys exploring computation as a creative material, emergent media theory and history, and how hand-crafted code can give rise to well-wrought words.



What They Speak when They Speak to Me, 2011.