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Collage: Paper, Paint, Acrylic, Digital on Cardboard, Plastic, Glass, Other.

The need for safety and fear of the unknown led man to build societal constructs on ideological socio-political and religious structures. Rules are of their time. Certainties are transitory and perception is vulnerably intertwined with context.
Mark F Williams explores this relativity. He embraces chaos and appropriates ambiguity. His works overlap unaltered information, both absurd and concrete, imagined and tangible from moments experienced. 
Moving away from the tricks of perspective and light and shadow found in two-dimensional art Mark cuts and reconstructs the elements into touchable relief designs. The work is brought out into the world in a semi-real state. It is a vain attempt to assert a new legitimacy. Nonetheless, the three dimensional paint, paper and print work that combine to create the appearance of figuration remain half-truths, caught somewhere between the existent and the imaginary.
Collage: Paper, Paint, Acrylic, Digital on Cardboard, Plastic, Glass, Other.

The need for safety and fear of the unknown led man to build societal constructs on ideological socio-political and religious structures. Rules are of their time. Certainties are transitory and perception is vulnerably intertwined with context.
Mark F Williams explores this relativity. He embraces chaos and appropriates ambiguity. His works overlap unaltered information, both absurd and concrete, imagined and tangible from moments experienced. 
Moving away from the tricks of perspective and light and shadow found in two-dimensional art Mark cuts and reconstructs the elements into touchable relief designs. The work is brought out into the world in a semi-real state. It is a vain attempt to assert a new legitimacy. Nonetheless, the three dimensional paint, paper and print work that combine to create the appearance of figuration remain half-truths, caught somewhere between the existent and the imaginary.
Collage: Paper, Paint, Acrylic, Digital on Cardboard, Plastic, Glass, Other.

The need for safety and fear of the unknown led man to build societal constructs on ideological socio-political and religious structures. Rules are of their time. Certainties are transitory and perception is vulnerably intertwined with context.
Mark F Williams explores this relativity. He embraces chaos and appropriates ambiguity. His works overlap unaltered information, both absurd and concrete, imagined and tangible from moments experienced. 
Moving away from the tricks of perspective and light and shadow found in two-dimensional art Mark cuts and reconstructs the elements into touchable relief designs. The work is brought out into the world in a semi-real state. It is a vain attempt to assert a new legitimacy. Nonetheless, the three dimensional paint, paper and print work that combine to create the appearance of figuration remain half-truths, caught somewhere between the existent and the imaginary.
Collage: Paper, Paint, Acrylic, Digital on Cardboard, Plastic, Glass, Other.

The need for safety and fear of the unknown led man to build societal constructs on ideological socio-political and religious structures. Rules are of their time. Certainties are transitory and perception is vulnerably intertwined with context.
Mark F Williams explores this relativity. He embraces chaos and appropriates ambiguity. His works overlap unaltered information, both absurd and concrete, imagined and tangible from moments experienced. 
Moving away from the tricks of perspective and light and shadow found in two-dimensional art Mark cuts and reconstructs the elements into touchable relief designs. The work is brought out into the world in a semi-real state. It is a vain attempt to assert a new legitimacy. Nonetheless, the three dimensional paint, paper and print work that combine to create the appearance of figuration remain half-truths, caught somewhere between the existent and the imaginary.
Collage: Paper, Paint, Acrylic, Digital on Cardboard, Plastic, Glass, Other.

The need for safety and fear of the unknown led man to build societal constructs on ideological socio-political and religious structures. Rules are of their time. Certainties are transitory and perception is vulnerably intertwined with context.
Mark F Williams explores this relativity. He embraces chaos and appropriates ambiguity. His works overlap unaltered information, both absurd and concrete, imagined and tangible from moments experienced. 
Moving away from the tricks of perspective and light and shadow found in two-dimensional art Mark cuts and reconstructs the elements into touchable relief designs. The work is brought out into the world in a semi-real state. It is a vain attempt to assert a new legitimacy. Nonetheless, the three dimensional paint, paper and print work that combine to create the appearance of figuration remain half-truths, caught somewhere between the existent and the imaginary.
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Mark Francis Williams

Romania

Painting, Acrylic on Cardboard

Size: 77 W x 47 H x 4 D in

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Collage: Paper, Paint, Acrylic, Digital on Cardboard, Plastic, Glass, Other. The need for safety and fear of the unknown led man to build societal constructs on ideological socio-political and religious structures. Rules are of their time. Certainties are transitory and perception is vulnerably intertwined with context. Mark F Williams explores this relativity. He embraces chaos and appropriates ambiguity. His works overlap unaltered information, both absurd and concrete, imagined and tangible from moments experienced. Moving away from the tricks of perspective and light and shadow found in two-dimensional art Mark cuts and reconstructs the elements into touchable relief designs. The work is brought out into the world in a semi-real state. It is a vain attempt to assert a new legitimacy. Nonetheless, the three dimensional paint, paper and print work that combine to create the appearance of figuration remain half-truths, caught somewhere between the existent and the imaginary.

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Painting:Acrylic on Cardboard

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Size:77 W x 47 H x 4 D in

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Mark is an English artist who received his Masters in Painting and Drawing from Chelsea School of Art, London. He is currently very much in love with the city Bucharest, Romania, in which he has lived for the past eight years. "˜My practice is a direct response to living in Bucharest. I explore states of impermanence and the resulting aesthetic. In the past few years newly erected shopping malls have popped up in the city enticing us in. They offer a hyper-real, super-beautiful sense of certainty, purpose and fixedness. Yet conversely, the static quality, artificiality and homogeneity of these dwellings leaves one feeling unnerved and disconnected from reality. Meanwhile in the old city, buildings crumble, facades crack and deterioration is pervasive. Nothing stands still. As the aging architecture submits to the elements it fashions a genuine beauty. This feels honest, and the patterns of cracks and eroding surfaces act as a metaphor, mirroring what it is to exist, to experience and to be temporal. Thus my practice is centered on the passing of time, on instability and change. It is an attempt to respond to the transient present rather than to conjure up some notion of immortality. This philosophy is carried through into my working methods and I have devised a process that allows for control as well as accident. Subsequently, a dialogue is formed between the content and the medium. The volitional outcome of the work reflects the dichotomy that exists between the tangible and the ethereal and between one's sense of location and dislocation. My aim is to arrive at an orderly disorderliness or disorderly orderliness.

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