Stephanie Williams is a tinkerer and doodler, whose work as a multimedia artist navigates autobiographical narratives of identity, memory and misconception; telling story through its pieces rather than its whole. Through self-directed processes of close examination, disassembly and reorientation of sensorial fragments, she curates a context in which our bodies’ amalgamated experience understands the world around us. Williams received her MFA in Sculpture from the Rhode Island School of Design and has shown both nationally and internationally including Irvine Contemporary, the Arlington Arts Center, Transformer Gallery, and Lawrence University’s Wriston Art Center. She was both a Vermont Studio Center and Toby Devan Lewis Fellow and was recently a resident artist at the Wassaic Project. She is also a member the DC Arts Center’s art collective Sparkplug and is Assistant Professor at James Madison University in Virginia.