Brandon Williams

Nashville, TN



I am interested in how time visually affects and alters the structures, homes, and locations that I have documented throughout my travels. During every occasion change becomes undeniably unavoidable, making everything temporary. As it has always been, people will come, go, and move on to the next profitable or desirable circumstance. Ideas of control, conflict, challenge, and issues of gentrification, overdevelopment, and class inequality are key components of the work and integral in my research. Time only moves in one direction. This unidirectional path leaves behind both positive and negative aspects. What will remain? What will be remembered?

20K More 20K Less, multi-plate etching, 12″ x 17.5″
Measure Once, multi-plate etching, 12″ x 17.5″
From The Ground Up, multi-plate etching, 12″ x 17.5″