Keemon Williams


Keemon Williams (b.1999) is a queer Meanjin (Brisbane) based artist of Koa, Kuku Yalanji and Meriam Mir descent. He utilizes an array of mediums old and new to expand his relationships with location, personal histories and cultural plasticity. Through practice he forges belonging within all parts of the self.


A man standing in a landscape of shrubs with larger trees visible in the background. The man is wearing back pants and has a white silhouette of two boomerangs superimposed over his face.

Keemon Williams


01 July — 26 August 2023


Moa Island dancers wearing dhari headdress.

28 July, 2023

Recap: Satellite events of Cairns Indigenous Art Fair

NorthSite's First Nations Exhibition Showcase during the annual Cairns Indigenous Art Fair (CIAF) 2023 was a huge success for Artists,…


Framed monoprints on a white gallery wall. The floor is polished concrete and two plinths have woven objects, a basket and a mat.

7 July, 2023

A Glimpse into the First Nations Exhibition Showcase

A Glimpse into the First Nations Exhibition Showcase Northsite Contemporary Arts is excited to share the upcoming First Nations…