b. London, UK, 1992. Lives and works in London.
Cameron Randall’s practice considers abstraction as a way to decode and intervene structures within sociological, philosophical and political contexts. His work examines invisibility or spectrality to extend beyond existing speculations and realities.
He is not determined by one singular medium preferring to use diverse forms which echo his methodology. Previous work has involved sound, algorithms, sculpture, moving image, text, performance, and installation.
2019: In Sonority, MI 2, London
2019: Show 2019, Royal College of Art, London
2019: Le Grand K, The Winton Gallery, Science Museum, London
2019: Le Grand K, Gossamer Fog, London
2019: Together, Assembly Point, London
2019: Across the Slippery Pitch as a Speckled Murmur Follows, Hockney Gallery, London
2018: Soap Box, Close-Up, London
2018: Small Iterations at the End, The Horse Hospital, London
2018: Voices/Voids, Dyson Gallery, London
2018: WIP Show, Royal College of Art, London
2017: Interiors, Labs Gallery, London
2017: Cancan, LemoArt Gallery, Berlin
2017-2019: Royal College of Art, MA Contemporary Art Practice
2012-2015: King’s College London, BA English Literature & Film