Ben Cullen Williams
Ben Cullen Williams is a British visual artist. His work consists of installations, sculptures, photographs and films that aim to create an engagement with the phenomenological elements of the world around us – light, space, material and form.
Currently for ENO: Orpheus and Eurydice
Ben’s work draws on a range of fabrication processes from physical to digital to understand our changing relationship to the world in an increasingly digitalised environment.
His work aims to be outside a socio-economic context and allowed to operate at a more direct sensory level, out of specific time and place, so that the narrative may be suggestive rather than didactic. His work has been shown internationally in a range of spaces, galleries and environments, as well collaborating with a range of different disciplines and fields. In 2017, he collaborated with Wayne McGregor on McGregor’s work Autobiography for Company Wayne McGregor to create the award-winning set and projection design.
Last updated: 14th August 2019