Fiona Williams' practice considers the complexity of the image as a document of lived experience. Working reflexively across mediums including painting, drawing, photography and video, Williams plays upon the nature of materials and the idea of representing transience.
Williams is currently completing her Master of Fine Art at Monash University. She has participated in residency programmes at RM in Auckland and at The Banff Centre in Canada. Recent solo exhibitions include Between the sky and the ground, Northern Centre for Contemporary Art, Darwin, 2014; Image/Air, Window (Online), Auckland, New Zealand, 2013; Fields and snow, Firstdraft Gallery, Sydney, 2013, Bus Projects, Melbourne 2012; and Untitled (snow-white), Seventh Gallery, Melbourne, 2011. Williams has exhibited in group exhibitions locally and abroad including hesitation, Bus Projects, Melbourne, 2014; The Walking Encyclopedia, Air Space Gallery, Stroke-on-Trent, United Kingdom, 2014; Across the Mountain, (collaboration with Maria Kubysh) in Something in the water: a search for the turn of the backwash, The Banff Centre, Canada, 2011.