Grief Baking, 2020.
Within this body of work Arianna Williamson will use her practice as guidance for healing from grief and loss of a matriarch in her life. Her process will include personal research on grieving in hopes of stitching meaningful ties to her current, human existence and altogether, stabilizing abstract responses to an abstract question: what does one do after the loss? “Grief Baking” is a digital video narrative which attempts to provide meaning to the question above. The documentation follows matrilineal life and loss through a learned combination of yeast, flour, salt, and water.
B.A. Art Practice, 2021
| UC Berkeley
Arianna Williamson (she/her) is an interdisciplinary artist from the California Bay Area. In 2021, she will receive a Bachelor of Arts in Art Practice from the University of California, Berkeley. Williamson’s art practice focuses on abstract and representational painting and drawing, video narratives, poetry, and crafts. She has been included in various exhibitions including “Paradigm Shift” at the Worth Ryder Art Gallery in Berkeley, CA and “Then and Now: Art from Childhood to the Present” at Sonoma State University in Rohnert Park, CA. Williamson currently lives and works in Berkeley, CA.