Amanda Williams is a Sydney based artist whose practice explores the history of photography and architectural modernism. Current work engages with the legacy of Le Corbusier and the concept of entropy, by using materials and processes that evolve and change over time – such as the use of unfixed silver gelatin printing techniques and untreated mild steel.
Amanda Williams recently completed a Master of Fine Arts at Sydney College of the Arts USYD. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts (Art history and Theory) from the same university and a Bachelor of Fine Arts with honours from UNSW, for which she was awarded the University medal. Recent group exhibitions include Hazelhurst Art on Paper award 2015, Obscured at BUS projects, Melbourne 2014, State of Flux, Delmar Gallery, Sydney 2013.