Bryden Williams


Bryden Williams art making practice focusses on the changing nature of Australia’s cultural identity, as influenced by both man-made surroundings and natural environments. He uses photography, video, found object and site-specific installations to canvas our changing technological landscape – one that facilitates the spaces around us in both restrictive and enabling manners.

Bryden’s 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.

Bryden was funded by Arts NSW’s NSW Artists’ Grant Scheme.