Janine Randerson

Janine Randerson is a New Zealand based media artist. Her art practice includes site-specific installations, 16mm films, experimental video and atmospheric media. A recurring theme in Randerson’s work is the technological mediation in ecological systems with a particular focus on meteorology.

Randerson has exhibited internationally for over a decade. She has collaborated with environmental scientists on residencies and other projects at NIWA in New Zealand, BoM (Bureau of Meteorology) in Melbourne and NERI in Denmark.

She was a founding board member of ADA (Aotearoa Digital art network) and a guest editorial advisor on the climate special issue of MIT’s Leonardo Journal. 

Selected Exhibitions

2018 Albedo of Clouds, Hermitage Education Centre, St Petersburg.

2017 Waiho, retreat, Franz Josef Glacier in New Zealand, At Vanishing Point (Glasgow School of Art) and Heat: Solar Revolutions Te Uru Auckland

2015
The Cold Song: tanumanga for the Pacific Ocean, in Oceanic Performance Biennial, Rarotonga and Empire Theatre Rarotonga.
‘Seawater and Dust’ (16mm film) in Place Unmaking. New Zealand International Film Festival. Academy Theatre.
‘Heat Islands’ in Shared Space: Music, Weather, Politics, Prague Quadrennial of Performance Design and Space. Prague.

2014 ‘Until It Runs Out’, Other Waters: Art on the Manukau. Te Tuhi.