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WM Block, 40 St Paul St,
Level Two, Room WM 208, Wellesley Campus,
School of Art and Design, Faculty of Design and Creative Technologies,
AUT University, Auckland 1142.
Circuit Artist Film and Video Aotearoa New Zealand:
Media arts - theory and creative practice; interdisciplinary studies - contemporary art, performance, spatial design, art-science relations; online media - political community platforms and online documentary; performance in post 1960s art; philosophies of technology; ‘nature' and ‘culture' - more-than-human research methods.
Art and Performance research group; Emergent Ecologies; The Document research group.
Tracey Tawhiao, ‘The Temple of Potential: Te Puna AIO’. (forthcoming 2018)
Kalisolaite 'Uhila, Maumau Taimi: Being Useless, 2017
Geoff Gilson, A Warming Inhale: Ecology and Capitalism in the site of the Body, 2017
Olivia Webb, The Other Voice, 2015
Zahra Killeen-Chance, Faceless Body; the body in performance,2015
Sophie Hermann, Poetic Displacement: installation practice, 2014
Hannah Alleyne, Traversing Memory: Last Days of Old Mangere Bridge, 2014
Alex Plumb, Topographies of the self: a community of others, 2014
Lucy Meyle, NO LONGER / NOT YET: Lacuna and Dissemination in Art Practice, 2014
PhD students supervised to completion:
Metanooroa Tapuni. Ata, a practice-led artistic inquiry into the intersection of digital and physical environments. 2016. Primary supervisor Janine Randerson. Associate Supervisors: Dr Stefan Marks (CoLab), Professor Welby Ings (Supervisor mentor)
Ruth Meyers. Practices of Use. 2017. Primary Supervisor Professor Chris Braddock. Associate Supervisor Janine Randerson.
Lucy Meyle. Does a Flower Rehearse for Spring? (forthcoming 2018). Primary supervisor Janine Randerson. Associate Supervisor Dr Zara Stanhope and Monique Redmond (advisor)
Christina Houghton. An Ethico-Poetics of Everyday Survival—as Choreography of Participatory Ecologies. (forthcoming 2018). Primary Supervisor Dr Maria O’Connor. Associate Supervisor Dr Janine Randerson.
External Examiner roles for Practice-led PhD:
Becca Wood. Choreoauratics: social Choreographies for the ears. Dance Studies, University of Auckland. 2015.
Georgina Crabbe. Coal Ecologies: a video installation project: from Australia to China. Creative Media Arts. University of Wollongong. 2015.
Kate Church. Embracing Imminence: Landscapes and the Peculiar Distance. RMIT University. 2017.
Deborah Lorna-Dormer. Witness: Virtual Investigation of Being. University of Auckland. 2017.
Circuit New Zealand Artists’ Film and Video
Performance Philosophy Network
ANAT Australian Network for Art and Technology
ADA Aotearoa Digital Art Network (founding board member of ADA Trust)
Synapse Australian Art/Science network
CSAA Cultural Studies Association of Australasia
Dr Janine Randerson is a New Zealand-based media artist. A research thread in Janine’s work is the technological mediation in ecological systems with a particular focus on the environment. Randerson has collaborated with environmental scientists on residencies and projects with NIWA, BoM (Bureau of Meteorology) in Melbourne and NERI (National Environmental Research Institute) in Denmark. Her current projects situate media art in relation to water, weather and politics both locally (Other Waters: Art on the Manukau in Onehunga) as well as internationally.
Performance and Media Arts Masters,
Performance and Media Arts Minor,
Digital Design, Spatial Design, Visual Arts
Masters and PhD supervision
Selected Recent Exhibitions
Randerson, J. Albedo of Clouds, in Weather Forecast: Digital Cloudiness’ Hermitage Education Centre, St Petersburg. 2018.
Randerson, J. Waiho, retreat with Tru Paraha, Franz Josef Glacier in New Zealand, in At Vanishing Point (Glasgow School of Art) and Heat: Solar Revolutions Te Uru (Auckland). 2017.
Randerson, J. The Cold Song: tanumanga for the Pacific Ocean, in Oceanic Performance Biennial, Rarotonga and Empire Theatre Rarotonga. 2015.
Randerson, J. ‘Antarctica’, Video Projection Design. Directed by Stephen Bain. Pacific Skin. Q Loft, 2015. 10th – 11th April, (2015).
Randerson J. (Director). ‘Reef Sub Performance’, Oceanic Performance Biennial, Rarotonga, Dawn, With performers Kalisolaite ‘Uhila, Olivia Webb, Zahra Killeen-Chance and Geoff Gilson (NZ) and Dean and Nadia George (Rarotonga). (2015).
Randerson, J. Student-section curator, Sea-change, Oceanic Performance Biennial, Rarotonga. Co-directors; Ani O’Neill, Dorita Hannah and Amanda Yates, Emergent Ecologies Lab, AUT, (2015).
Randerson, J. ‘Seawater and Dust’ (16mm film) in Place Unmaking. Curated by Janine Randeson and Mark Williams (Circuit: New Zealand Artists film and video.) New Zealand International Film Festival. Academy Theatre. 21- 22 July, (2015).
Randerson J and Johnston, J. ‘Heat Islands’ in Shared Space: Music, Weather, Politics, Prague Quadrennial of Performance Design and Space. Video installation and sound. Prague, (2015).
Randerson, J. ‘Until It Runs Out’, Other Waters: Art on the Manukau. Video Installation. Te Tuhi, (2014).
Randerson, J. ‘Neighbourhood Air’ in ‘Machine Wilderness’, International Symposium of Electronic Arts, New Mexico, USA. (2012).
Randerson, J. ‘Albedo of Clouds’ ScreenSpace, Melbourne. Campbelltown Gallery Sydney, (2008, 2012).
Randerson, J. ‘Cascade’, in ReThink, Moesgaard Museum, Copenhagen, DK. Cinema Planeta, Mexico. Waikato Museum of Art and Culture, Waikato, NZ. (2009-2010)
Randerson, J. ‘Topologies’ in Place/Space with live Douglas Lilburn composition, World Music Festival, curated by Jack Body, Beijing, China. Also in ‘Strata: Contemporary Digital Art from New Zealand’, Enjoy Public Gallery, Wellington. NZ, (2009).
Journal Articles and Book Chapters
Randerson, J. ‘Animating the cosmological horizon: between art and science.’ Experimental Animation: From Analogue to Digital. Editors Lily Husbands, Miriam Harris and Paul Taberham. Rutledge, London and New York. (forthcoming 2018).
Randerson, J. ‘Attunement: particle bodies, performative apparatus.’ Undisciplining Dance: 9 Movement and 7 Stumbles. Editors Carol Brown, Alys Longley and Becca Wood. Cambridge University Press (forthcoming 2018)
Randerson and Shearer, R. ‘Dark Sun: Solar Frequencies, Solar Affects.’ Animism in Art and Performance. Edited by Chris Braddock. (Palgrave, December 2017)
Randerson J and Yates, A. Negotiating the Ontological Gap: Place, performance and media art practices in Aotearoa/New Zealand. Ecocriticism and Indigenous-Studies: Conversations from Earth to Cosmos. Editors: Adamson J, Monani S. Routledge, London and New York. 2016.
Randerson J and Yates, A. ‘Engaging Publics: Art, Ecologies and the Urban Environment.’ Artmatter 1: Engaging Publics / Public Engagement. Auckland Art Gallery/ AUT. 1: 98-111 (13 pages). 2015.
Randerson, J. Salmond, J, Manford, C. ‘Weather as Medium: Art and Meteorological Science’. Leonardo, MIT Press. February 2015, Vol. 48, No. 1, pp. 16-24. (2015).
Randerson, J. ‘ISEA Symposium of Electronic Art: Finding Water in the Desert.’ RealTimeArts, Sydney, (2013).
Randerson, J. ‘Climate Change and Media Art: Josephine Starrs and Leon Cmielewski’s ‘Incompatible Elements’ RealTimeArts, Sydney, (2011).
Randerson, J. ‘Material Matters: Stories of Learning Technology Transfer’. Critical Arts: South-North Cultural and Media Studies. 25 2: 109-123. (2011)
Randerson, J. ‘Risk and experiment: emerging technology in developing nations’. 22 6: 817-825. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies. (2008).
Randerson, J. ‘Between Reason and Sensation: Antipodean artists and Climate Change.’ 40 5: 443-448. Leonardo, MIT Press: San Francisco. (2007).
Randerson, J. ‘Circulating images: From Aotearoa to Shanghai’. 15 1: 14-17. IEEE Multimedia. (2008)
Randerson, J. ‘Stairwell as Stage: Jeena Shin’s Artspace Stairwell Project’. Volume Two. Gwen Porter, ed. Clouds: Auckland (2012).
Randerson, J. ‘Sampling Tradition: The Old in New Media.’ The Aotearoa Digital Arts Reader. Stella Brennan and Su Ballard, eds. Clouds: Auckland (2008).
Selected Conferences Proceedings/ Workshops
Randerson, J. ‘Dark Sun: solar affectivity, data life and machinic perception.’ Animism and Material Vitality in Art & Performance. AUT. 11th-13th June, 2015.
Randerson, J. ‘Ecologies of Practice: Seawater and Dust’.The Sidestep: Transversality
in Neighbourhood Art Projects (Panel) Transversal Practices: Matter, Ecology and Relationality, VI Conference on New Materialisms. VCA, University of Melbourne, Australia. 27–29 September 2015
Randerson, J. ‘The Oceanic Performance Biennial: A live project.’ NICAI Studio Pedagogy Symposium, adjoined to Cities in a Climate of Change: Public Art, Environmental and Social Ecologies. University of Auckland. 4th July, 2015 .
Randerson J. ‘The Document Before and After’. The Document Through the Lens: Archives, Whakapapa and Ethics. AUT. 10th-11th September, 2015.
Randerson J. panel discussion with Zita Joyce, Su Ballard, Caroline McCaw, Vicki Smith, Trudy Lane, Ian Clothier, Janine Randerson, Danny Butt. ‘Network, Space and Memory in the Transitional City.’ Resistance is Futile. ISEA Symposium of Electronic Art, (2013). University of Sydney. Published in proceedings.
Randerson, J. ‘Cloud Music: A Cloud System’. Resistance is Futile. ISEA Symposium of Electronic Art, (2013). University of Sydney. Published in proceedings.
Randerson, J. ‘Antagonists, Parodists and Ecologists; creative responses to climate change.’ Art: Climatology. University of Montreal, Canada (2010).
Randerson, J. ‘Risk and Experiment: technology design for developing nations.’ University of Melbourne panel: ‘We have never been actor-network-theorists’, CSAA Annual Conference Sustaining Culture, Adelaide, (2007).
Randerson, J. ‘New Media Art and Ecology; Antipodean perspectives’, University of Arhus, Denmark, (2008).
Randerson, J. Curator's presentation, ‘Atmos: weather as media.’ Colab, Performing Environments Symposium, Auckland University of Technology. (2008).
Invited Participant, More-Than-Human Research Methods workshop with Sarah Whatmore and Gay Hawkins, University of New South Wales, Sydney, (2008).
Invited Participant, Tony Bennett Nature:Culture workshop, University of Melbourne, (2008).
Invited Participant, Geert Lovink, ‘Responses to YouTube’ workshop, University of Melbourne, (2008).
Randerson, J. ‘Documentary 2.0?’ Expanding Documentary Symposium. Gus Fisher Gallery, University of Auckland. (2009).
Randerson, J. ‘Accents and Silences’. Particles and Pixels Symposium: Moving Image Culture after Len Lye, The Moving Image Centre, Unitec, Auckland. (2005).
Randerson, J. ‘Sampling Tradition: The Old in New Media Art from Aotearoa’. CSAA Annual Conference Everyday Transformations, Murdoch University, Perth, WA (2004).
Randerson, J. ‘Generating Degenerates: Animated Shorts’ CSAA Annual Conference Culture Incorporated: Bodies, Technologies, Habitats. Christchurch Arts Centre, NZ (2003).
2013 Creative Communities Grant for Other Waters: Art on the Manukau in association with Te Tuhi gallery.
2013 ‘Mesh Cities’. Aotearoa Digital Art Funded speaking tour and workshops; Physics Room, Christchurch, Otago Polytechnic, Massey University.
2011 International Digital Art Group-Residency, SCANZ, Taranaki, New Zealand.
2010 Media Art Co-production Residency, BMNI (Banff New Media Art Centre), Canada.
2009 Colab: Artist-Group Residency, Mimiwhangata Coastal Park, Northland, New Zealand.
2008 Artist-in-Residence, National Environmental Research Institute, Denmark.
2007-2012 APA Australian PhD Scholarship, University of Melbourne.
2007 Excellence Award, Shanghai International Festival of Art and Science.
2006 Digital Artist-In-Residence, University of Waikato, School of Environmental Science, Hamilton.
2005 Fellowship with Human Interface Technology laboratory (HITLabNZ), University of Canterbury, Christchurch.
2005 Media Art Installation Prize, Corban Art Estate, Auckland.
2004 CreativeNZ Funding for a New Media exhibition in Frankfurt, Germany.
2003 CreativeNZ Screen Innovation Production Fund grant.
2003 Commission for Interdigitate, Auckland Festival.
2001 CreativeNZ Screen Innovation Production Fund grant for 'Peace In Space'.
2000 Auckland City Council Public Works funding for a New Media Installation.
1996 Panasonic Independent Video Award.