The Oratory Command: X Carmichael King Hampton, 2016 Xerox toner, collage on paper | 100 x 13" (245 x 221 cm) | © Kandis Williams
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“the Other and the inanimate object appear as my strangers,” 2019 Xerox collage and ink on paper, framed | 35 3/4 x 51" (90.8 x 129.5 cm)
the Other and the inanimate object appear as my strangers, 2019 Xerox collage and ink on paper, framed | 35 3/4 x 51″ (90.8 x 129.5 cm)

© Kandis Williams
“Landscape and RFD,” 2018 Sticker, collage and plexiglass | 21 x 21" (53.34 x 53.34 cm)
Landscape and RFD, 2018
Sticker, collage and plexiglass | 21 x 21″ (53.34 x 53.34 cm)

© Kandis Williams
“Cave before Cocytus,” 2018 Sticker on mirror glass | 24 x 24" (60.96 x 60.96 cm)
Cave before Cocytus, 2018
Sticker on mirror glass | 24 x 24″ (60.96 x 60.96 cm)

© Kandis Williams
Kandis Williams is a Los Angeles-based artist, director, and publisher. This fall, the Institute for Contemporary Art at Virginia Commonwealth will open “A Field,” a solo exhibition of Williams’s practice.

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