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In a series of six meticulously composed photographs, Williams expands on his previous self-portraits by examining the intimacy of kinship: how one is linked (often physically) to mothers, ancestors, friends, and lovers alike. The artist communicates in a visceral visual language that transmutes the human form into something mesmerizing and uncanny. He conjoins bodies, contorting them into physical glyphs—a shared piece of gum stands in for an umbilical cord, just as a face protruding from the fabric of a dress evokes pregnancy and siblinghood. The result is as fluid as the dance-like motions that Williams performs.

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