Memory, family & storytelling in the loaded objects & sculptures of Bri Williams

, 27 September 2021

Playbill, a solo exhibition by Bri Williams, was on at San Francisco’s Et al., running July 24 to August 28.

With objects made from loaded, weathered materials that give a sense of memory and place, the show is inspired by stories from the artist’s father of his upbringing in Marrero, Louisiana, a small town that was racially segregated until the 1970s. As Williams notes: “The stories became fables, as the characters and elements that are rooted in the aspect of strife, are told from a place of gratitude and comedy.”**

Bri Williams’ Playbill was on at Et al., San Francisco, running July 24 to August 28, 2021.