Sam Williams is a visual artist and filmmaker working predominantly in moving image, live performance and collage. His work has taken the form of live performances, durational installations, works on paper and films shown in both cinema and gallery spaces. His research is currently focused on how we can look at multi species entanglements, ecological systems and folk mythologies to produce ideas for future ways of living. Sam currently lives and works in London, where he is a resident artist at Somerset House Studios. He studied MA Sculpture and Moving Image at the Royal College of Art. His first solo show, ‘the actual structure is the material’ took place at Siobhan Davies Dance, London, in 2019. In addition to this his work has been exhibited and screened at institutions such as Outpost (Norwich), Baltic39 (Newcastle), Focal Point (Essex), Jerwood Space, Somerset House, Tate Britain and Sadler’s Wells (London) and Kino Arsenal (Berlin). As part of the audio-visual group Emptyset he has performed internationally and has shown collaborative works with choreographer Rosemary Butcher MBE at The Place (London), Nottingham Contemporary and Akademie der Künste (Berlin).