Los Angeles Magazine article

"In her solo exhibition titled INcongruence, eight woven banners hang from the ceiling, a levitation act accomplished through imperceptible clear wire. Each piece is a chaotic amalgamation of colors and textures, with a single word boldly woven in the center: “Immigrant,” “Fear,” “We,” or “Migrant.” Inspired by recent rallies and demonstrations, the pieces function as conceptual protest signs. Yet unlike the signs you’ll find in the streets, Williams’s pieces don’t explicitly declare an opinion or statement. Instead, she urges viewers to examine their own emotional responses to the singular woven words." ---Andrea Alonso, Los Angeles Magazine

Diane Williams