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Siân Williams (1980, UK) works across sculpture, performance, film, and text, weaving together disciplines to create multi-sensory, fragmented narratives that explore intimacy, embodied experience, collective acts, and moments where the personal and political overlap and merge. Between 2017 and 2020, Siân was a member of Katz Mulk; a collective working at the intersection of music, performance, and visual art, inhabiting the marginal spaces in-between improvisation and structure.
Recent projects include 'Quicksilver' and 'Old Land, New Waters', a curated group exhibition and accompanying publication at the Freelands Foundation, London (2021), ‘going up the wall’, a series of public billboards by individual artists across Belfast city centre, commissioned by PS2 Project Space (2021), and ‘I dreamt I saw an azure sky’ Bloc Projects billboard commission, Sheffield (2021).
Williams was awarded a BA Fine Art (Hons) from Falmouth College of Art in 2002 and in 2015 graduated with an MA with Distinction from Sheffield Institute of Arts.