Brigitte Williams studied at The Slade School of Art where she graduated in 2006 with distinction. She won the inaugural Catlin Art Prize in 2007, and her reputation and practice has continued to grow ever since. Her work is now widely exhibited and purchased for public and private collections in the UK and abroad
The principle of the work examines the relationship between linguistic and visual patterns underlying our unconscious understanding of the world, and how the recognition of these systems fuel our ability to make predictions and form expectation. To this metaphysical concept, structured rules are applied, which lead to the creation of intricate maps, geometric patterns or organic shapes.
These rules often contain an ambiguity which allows humour, poetry and chance to coalesce with the cerebral and clinical nature of the imagery.
My Life In Art on Stand S08 will be showing Brigitte's work at this year's fair.