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Brandon Williams

My black and white prints are meticulous and technical; this tight precision encourages the viewer to look closely. The imagery is composed of complex impossible interiors. Visually, they are dark in tone, filled with organic textures, and geometric patterns. The prints are inspired by random nearby misplaced abandoned homes that I have documented. The spaces are empty forgotten rooms that are devoid of life. Time has deteriorated these environments, making them mysterious, yet inviting at the same time. Creating an atmosphere that emphasizes the forgotten past of a place while capturing the complexity and beauty of its current decay is a major component in my work. The works are self-reflections regarding issues such as, isolation, change, conflict, confusion, and the unknown.

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