Bronwen Williams is a current Masters of Fine Arts (Research) candidate at UNSW Art & Design after completing her Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours First Class) in 2015. She is currently working as a casual academic at UNSW Art & Design and UNSW Built Environment. Her practice investigates the nuances of contemporary cross-cultural identity through an experimental sound and installation practice. She is currently interrogating how embodied experiences of the spectrums of visibility and audibility can allow for an understanding of a particularly Asian-Australian identity. Her practice focuses on engaging active listening in the viewer and providing ways of communicating contemporary hybrid identity through sound and material experimentation.

She has exhibited in group shows at various galleries across Sydney including 107 Projects, Gaffa Gallery and AirSpace Projects. She has exhibited a solo show at MOP Projects in 2016, for which she received a grant from Macquarie University and MOP Projects. She has an upcoming solo graduate exhibition at the UNSW Galleries in March 2018. She was awarded the Australian Postgraduate Award for her MFA Research and has been awarded multiple grants from Arc at UNSW Art & Design for the production of exhibited artworks. She has previously collaborated on projects with artist Paul Gazzola and Paul Granjon as part of the ISEA in 2013 and co-curated the NOW now festival 2016 and 2017.