From transmitter to transected, an unintended javelin falls from a sun-bleached facade / Dusty tarpaulins reveal plans patented in camouflage / What was a leaf is now a metal antenna / No signal / Inert shells crumble in decay / Banners hang in tattered remains / Collective directories fade into obsolescence / Printed matter dissolves under whitewashed oblivion / The future arrived too late.
Steven Randall received his MFA in Sculpture + Extended Media from Virginia Commonwealth University and his BFA from Alfred University. Steven is an interdisciplinary artist who makes sculptures, photographs and installations to examine the relationship between consumer, commodity, and transformation.
Past residencies and fellowships include the Border Arts fellowship, the Toby Devin Lewis Award, a Sculpture Fellowship through the Virginia Commission for the Arts, and a Visiting Artist Grant through the Institute for Electronic. Randall's work has been shown nationally and internationally including exhibitions in New York, Aspen, El Paso, Buffalo, Dublin and Beijing.