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2016.03.15 Tue, by

Randian Wang Guofeng Interview

Through theatrical re-presentations of reality via large-scale imagery, Wang Guofeng inspires the viewer to examine the lack of criticality in contemporary media. >> Read more
2015.12.11 Fri, by

The End of Miami—
Randian’s Final Unfair Report

Miami starts with parties and champagne and ends with blood and rain. As the deluge descended and the drains spewed, we huddled around an ATM with a homeless guy, or maybe he was a performance artist or kooky billionaire—no he was just homeless. >> Read more
2015.05.13 Wed, by

Presentation: randian’s first print issue

Presentation: randian’s first print issue Date: May 16, 4–8 pm >> Read more
2014.12.22 Mon, by
2014.09.11 Thu, by

Randian to Participate in “The Big Picture” Conference

Randian will participate in "The Big Picture: Lives, Landscapes, Homelands in Australian and Chinese Art" conference for the panel discussion "Visual Literacy in the Asian Century", chaired by Aaron Seeto, on 12th September in Beijing. >> Read more
2013.12.14 Sat, by

randian website changes

During the course of this weekend, we are implementing changes to our website, including to our Homepage, News and Events sections. Please bear with us while we do so. >> Read more
2012.09.01 Sat, by

CONTACT randian 燃点

For all editorial or advertising enquiries, please complete the following form. >> Read more
2012.09.01 Sat, by

SUPPORT RANDIAN

Launched in 2010, Randian 燃点 is owned and run by its editorial board. We seek to promote independent cultural debate in China and to foster intellectual exchange between China and the rest of the world. This means independent commentary on art, artists, exhibitions and galleries, as well as video, film, poetry, architecture, design. Published in […] >> Read more
访谈, 2012.05.08 Tue, by

China Kiev — David Elliott chats with Randian

randian: The biennale is titled "The Best of Times, The Worst of Times. Rebirth and Apocalypse in Contemporary Art." What’s it about?David Elliott: Well, it’s like all my large shows of contemporary art in that it gives a particular take on what is happening now and on why some of the best art being made is absolutely central to a wider appreciation and experience of the world. >> Read more
访谈, 2020.11.16 Mon, by

Zara June Williams – Fuse
COMA, Sydney

Intrigued by the feeling of bewilderment that ensues contradiction, Zara June Williams’ explores the cyclical and cumulative nature of painting through an impulsive and often destructive approach to making. Compelled by incongruous encounters, the artist not only seeks to untangle problems but to create them. Her recent work combines painterly abstraction with collage, bringing together disparate parts in order to mimic and hence reflect on the fractured and disorderly nature of the self. >> Read more

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