Nat Randall is an artist working at the intersection of performance, video and film. Randall has presented work at major institutions, galleries and festivals nationally and internationally. In 2019 Randall and collaborator Anna Breckon and Performing Lines were nominated for a Helpmann Award for ‘Best Production of a Play’ for their critically acclaimed The Second Woman. Randall is also a founding member of art collective Hissy Fit and performance collective Team MESS. Through these collaborations she has presented work extensively across Australia. Randall studied at the University of Wollongong where she developed a breadth of performance practice including devised work, site specific practice and participatory work. Collaborating extensively with Anna Breckon, the pair create works at the intersection of film and theatre, pushing the boundaries of each form. Randall’s history of performance art and theatre-making combines with Breckon’s history of filmmaking and academic film theory. Breckon and Randall work as writers, directors and performers on projects at a national and international scale.
Performance Space Experimental Choreographic Residency 2020