9 week interval (Al/Bi/C/Ga/Fe/Na)

Jeff Williams
November 16 - January 18, 2013

Williams' sculptural work brings together architecture, photography, and video to interrogate the relationships between object and image. Williams' work ceases to be seen as groupings of static materials, but rather objects that in process-vibrating at the atomic level, decaying, melting, oxidizing, shifting, crushing and being crushed.

Transformation is generated through activating the materials used in his sculptures with physical forces and chemical elements. Chemistry and physics oscillate between additive or subtractive processes, building upon or decomposing a given material. In addition, these reactive processes address the geographical and architectural history of the exhibition site, drawing attention to the elements that change and sculpt our built environment.

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