“Luminous Earth Grid,” ©Stuart Williams. “It emanated a sense of the romantic sublime with its aura of surprise and wonder.”    – Peter Selz, MoMA New York

“Lebensatem/Dresden”
The historic Dresden Cathedral (c. 1738) appears to “breathe” with waves of light.
“Luminous Earth Grid”
An electrified grid sweeps over an 8-football-field expanse of rolling hills near San Francisco.
“Five Orange Spheres”
This traveling installation included a dozen sites across the USA & Europe.
“Breath of Life/Columbus”
A kinetic light installation is reflected in the river and is effectively doubled in size.
Kurt Vonnegut Centennial Project
Eight 50 ft. banners honor the centennial of Vonnegut's birth in Indianapolis, his home town.
“Water Is Life”
This is a video created for a building-scale video wall in San Francisco.
“Sewing Needle”
A monumental sewing needle pierces the coast range of Big Sur, California.
“Floating Ocean Ring”
A 1-kilometer-diameter ring of mirrored spheres floats and bobs off the coast of central California.
“Blue Möbius”
A 60-meter-high (200 ft.) möbius strip sits adjacent to downtown San Jose.
“Bridging the Divide”
LIght streams back and forth across the expanse of the historic Augustus Bridge in Dresden.
“Not Parallel”
Assumptions of perspective are altered in unexpected ways in the desert.
“Aurora Borealis/Northern Lights”
Morphing washes of light simulate the Aurora Borealis in Vancouver, British Columbia.
“Defying Gravity”
A 25-ton Mack truck appears to levitate above the pavement in New York.
“Paris & New York Light Plumes”
A dual-city installation links Paris & New York.
“Suspended Landscape”
A suspended landscape simulates the topography of the Continental Divide.
“I Am an Oak”
A projected poem scrolls up two great oaks in St. Louis, revealing a century of memories.
2D Artwork
Silkscreen prints, drawings & paintings.
“Floating Granite Fountain”
A five-ton slab of granite appears to float on an undulating bed of fog.
Photography
Williams’ photography offers a glimpse of his visual sensibilities.
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