• Call and Response

    Caro Williams, Call and Response, Audio component created from early morning site recordings and Morse code translation of poem, speakers, laser-cut and engraved mirror finished stainless steel sound boxes , 2 Sound boxes h280 x w300 x d180mm each

  • A Pause of Suspension

    Caro Williams, A Pause of Suspension, Poem, powder-coated aluminium, ribbon, lead, cloth, 2670 x 1850 x 200mm

  • Songs from the Sky

    Caro Williams, Songs from the Sky, Site sound recordings, electropolished marine grade stainless steel sound notes, hand cut clear tubing, stainless steel cable, 10,000 x 1750 x 100mm

  • Drawing from Voice

    Caro Williams, Drawing from Voice, Installation parts, Voice Font, Inaudible Recital, Sound Castle, Props for Conversation, Variable, entire gallery space

Caro Williams MRBS

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Caro Williams is a visual artist. Her art spans a wide range of materials and processes to create site-responsive installations, sculptures, texts, and sound based work.

Caro Williams’ art is driven by her interest in language, sound, nuance, and place. Frequently referencing poetry, myths, and nature, much of her work originates from spoken words, field recordings and incidental sounds. Caro works with a diverse range of materials and processes to create installations, sculptures, drawings, text, and sound works.

Born in Hong Kong, Caro currently lives and works in Auckland, New Zealand. Caro studied at Camberwell College of Art, London, and AUT, Auckland where she received a postgraduate research scholarship and gained an MA (first class hons). Caro exhibits widely and has received a number of awards for her work, including the 2008 James Wallace Postgraduate Award (Visual Arts), the 2013 Gen-i Selector’s Award for her installation at Headland Sculpture on the Gulf, she was a 2014 Wallace Art Awards traveling finalist, a Celeste 2015 International finalist and a 2016 recipient of Creative New Zealand World War 1 Centenary (WW100) Co-commissioning Fund. Her work is held in public and private collections including the James Wallace Arts Trust, New Zealand.

  • Categories: Installation/Land/Site-specific, Digital/Light/Sound, Conceptual
  • Materials: Mixed media, Fiberglass/Plastic/Resin, Metal (other)
  • Location: London