Jim WilliamsAs an art student in the late 1960s and early 70s, Jim Williams witnessed and was influenced by key art movements that are ultimately evidenced in his works. As his work evolved and started to intersect with photography, collage, and sculpture, he drew a kinship with the Pictures Generation, Fluxus, and Dada. Through the meticulous and constant arranging, collaging, re-processing of previous work, and staging of new work in his home, Williams’ practice expanded to include the very gestures of his everyday life. His home has become a series of sets from which Williams draws new works. Working across several modes of expression, the artist aims to express each facet of the self through the lens of the narcissistic and isolated artist. Website>