Sarah Lewison is an artist, writer and activist whose work centers on political ecology, intersubjectivity and critical pedagogies. Her installation, performance and media projects address relationships
between spectators, producers and other living objects through play, dialogue and objects or images for contemplation. She has presented work in public and in independent spaces throughout the US and

Working both individually and in collaboration, her most recent project is with the Compass collective in the US Midwest.  The Monsanto Hearings is a multi-sited performance and film project, most
recently presented at Documenta(13). As the fictitious entity, Katalog , she collaborates with her son, performance artist Duskin Drum. Currently completing a film about development in rural China, Lewison also writes about sustainability and culture.
She is Associate Professor in the College of Mass Communication and Media
Arts at Southern Illinois University.