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Bryden Williams

Bryden Williams (b. 1990) is a conceptually driven artist working across the fields of sculpture, video, photography and installation. He lives and works in Sydney and is currently an MFA candidate at Sydney College of the Arts. Williams’ work is concerned with themes of decay and preservation, organic and artificial duality, the sublime in nature and technology and the containment of space, objects and time within man-made and natural environments. Williams often utilises the form of site-specific interventions as a means of investigating the idyllic and the sublime in the Australian landscape. This sensibility observes the traces of our human presence in the natural environment, often depicting technology as an intermediate subject that both enables and obstructs natural phenomena.