Amanda Williams’ research-driven practice focuses on analogue photographic techniques and the interconnections between the history of photography and natural environments. She has an interest in the potential of the photograph as a material object, with particular attention paid to fieldwork and the hand printing of images in the darkroom using alchemical processes – light, time, chemistry, film and paper substrate. What we see in her photographs is something unfixed: a vision moving, experimental and transforming. — interview with Michael Fitzgerald

Recent series have included mural-scaled silver gelatin hand prints documenting alpine landscapes of high conservation value, colour-saturated phytograms (the interaction between the chemistry of plants and silver sulphide surfaces), architecturally-scaled photograms and portraiture.

Key exhibitions

Key readings


Murray Art Museum Albury
Museum of Contemporary Art Australia


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