Bri Williams | Lying is the most fun
August 10th - September 16th
Reception: Friday, August 10th, 6-8 pm

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"“Lying is an elementary means of self-defense, a way of scrambling out of the trap, at least temporarily.” - Susan Sontag

Interface Gallery is pleased to present Bri Williams’ first solo exhibition. Williams is a sculptor and installation artist who uses found objects, often with personal associations to evoke a potent, psychic mood. Recently, she has been experimenting with soap molds and embedded materials that seem trapped within, unable to fully surface or articulate themselves. The works suggest dark repressed feelings and an underlying violence.

Williams received her MFA from Mills College in 2017. She has participated in shows at Queer Thoughts and Ramiken Crucible in New York and Karma International, Los Angeles.