Bryden Williams

En Plein Air (bushblock), 2014, photograph: Bryden Williams
En Plein Air (bushblock), 2014, photograph: Bryden Williams

bio:

Bryden Williams is a conceptual artist and art installer and is currently the Gallery Coordinator at Firstdraft - a not-for-profit arts organisation based in Sydney’s Woolloomooloo. He holds a Master of Fine Arts and a Bachelor of Visual Arts from The Sydney College of the Arts, University of Sydney. Bryden has shown across Eastern Australia and internationally, most recently with ‘Guessing at the dead man too late’ - a solo exhibition held at Kaskl, Berlin. This project was funded by an Australian Postgraduate Award and the Fauvette Loureiro Memorial Artists Exchange Scholarship.

statement:

Bryden Williams is a conceptual artist exploring the interplay between technology and nature. His work is often image-based, sculptural and site-engaged and tends to speculate on water and other natural elements by emphasising their aesthetic and socio-cultural conditions within the underlying technological aspects of place - a concern integral to Williams’ site-based research and studio practice.

Guessing at the dead man too late, 2017, exhibition view, Bryden Williams
Guessing at the dead man too late, 2017, exhibition view, Bryden Williams