Talia Randall is an artist and spoken word performer that likes to write about herself. A lot.
She plays with spoken word and visual art because she can’t help looking for meaning, even if there isn’t any.
Talia has performed and shown work at some of London’s leading venues such as The Roundhouse, The British Museum, The Whitechapel Gallery and Battersea Arts Centre and fringe venues such as The Arcola Theatre and Shunt plus a stint at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2010.
Talia lives amid continual existential crises and ponderings of what it means to be an artist, so you’ll probably find her poking around a fast food shop, trying to make a participative installation out of chicken bones.
View her ideas tap portfolio or visit her website (www.taliarandall.com) to find work that is funny, moving and poetic.