My name is Hunter Lewis Lake, born in 1991. I am a multidisciplinary artist who uses air conditioners to make art.
George Brown College School of Design, Toronto,
NSCAD University in Halifax Nova Scotia.
Stellenbosch University for Fine Art, Stellenbosch South Africa.
My most recent work puts to use broken/damaged aluminum and copper air-condition radiators. I’ve found that by simply pushing down and exposing the aluminum fins to light, I can create reflective depictions of natural landscapes, iconic settings, and figurative compositions. It makes me feel so good to know that my work is environmentally friendly, original, and supports values of reusing and recycling. If I’m not over seas on some wild adventure, I can be found rummaging through a scrap yard looking for my next new canvas.
I am proud to showcase my work and always open for business.
Hunter Lewis Lake