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Solo Exhibition - as pair legged @ RMAC

New solo exhibition titled as pair legged - up through March @ RMAC

Roswell Artist in Residence

So thrilled for an upcoming fellowship at the Roswell Artist in Residence (RAiR) Program June 2019 - June 2020!

Vermont Studio Center

Very pleased to announce I've received a Vermont Studio Center / Pollock-Krasner Foundation Fellowship this upcoming spring in 2019!

Solo Exhibition @ Hudson D. Walker Gallery

Very excited to announce an upcoming solo exhibition titled here,before if the pulse drifts 

Group Exhibition @ PAAM

Very excited to share some new work in Fine Arts Work Center Visual Fellow group exhibition at PAAM along with Wilder Alison, Coady Brown, Sara Dittrich, Cheyenne Julien, Arghavan Khosravi, Alina Perez, Sara Stern, and Stephanie J. Woods!

Fine Arts Work Center


​So thrilled to be at Skowhegan this summer!

FLOORR Magazine Interview

​So excited and honored to be interviewed in the newest issue of FLOORR MAGAZINE along with a truly amazing group of artists including Icelandic performance artist Ragnar Kjartansson, Jules De Balincourt, Sofia Stevi, Gordon Cheung and founder and director of Bo.Lee Gallery Jenna Hickman as well as Jorge Dieguez, Augustine Carr, Hun Kyu Kim, Chung Sooyoung, and Ned Armstrong.

Transborder Biennial @ EMPA + MACJ

Honored to be included in the upcoming Transborder Biennial which will include works of mine at both the El Paso Museum of Art (EPMA) and the Museo de Arte de Ciudad Juárez (MACJ). This year’s exhibition includes paintings, sculptures, videos, and sound works by thirty contemporary artists or collectives living along the US-Mexico border. The artwork explores issues related to the U.S.-Mexico border region, including immigration, crossing, and physical, linguistic, and cultural hybridity. June 1 to September 16, 2018


Honored to be invited to the Seoul Museum of Art as an international artist in residence at SeMA Nanji this coming July, August, and September! Very much looking forward to being in Seoul.

Making a Mirage featured in News

Recent project - Making a Mirage feature

Solo Exhibition @ 1708 Gallery

Very excited to announce an upcoming show titled In the Purple opening this March at 1708 Gallery in Richmond, VA.


Historically, the color purple was rare. Made from a laborious process of crushing and boiling sea snails, the resulting dye was worth more than gold and reserved for the elite. A child born into the wealthy class was said to be “born in the purple”.

In the Purple examines the relationship between consumer, commodity, and object transformation. Randall focuses on the symbolism and historical implication of basic consumer objects to identify the notion of obsolescence, visual decay and materiality.


upcoming April 2018

Issue #135 : MFA


UT Dallas Nanotech Institute

Thrilled to have the opportunity to visit the with some of the folks over at the Nanotech Institute at UT Dallas to discuss optics, invisibility, and mirages.

Peripheral Vision Fellow

Honored to be featured as a fellow in Peripheral Vision's upcoming issue among some amazing artists including: Crystal Gregory, Julie Alpert, Lauren Davies, Ian McMahon, Marisa Finos, Jessica Wohl, Sara Fields, Liz Nurenberg, Katie Duffy, Rui Hu, Spooky Boobs Collective, Eloisa Guanlao, Donnabelle Casis, Julia Betts, Basil Kincaid, Ryder Richards, Constance Mallinson, Olaniyi Akindiya, & Aimee Odum.


Issue #132 : West


Rubin Center - Biennial Exhibition



Working on a new installation at the Rubin Center

2018 Biennial Faculty Exhibition - Opening 2/1/2018

Sedmient Arts

with* the dust of this planet
L E Y L A M O Z A Y E N / S V R A N D A L L

(very excited for the collaborative performance/exhibition with Leyla Mozayen!)

Sediment Arts 

208 East Grace Street, Richmond Virginia 23219

Cohen Gallery : RESIDUE


The Cohen Gallery presents the work of Caroline Charuk, Terry Conrad, Ron Lambert , and SV Randall in "Residue," curated by Ron Lambert.

David & Schweitzer Contemporary

VCU Sculpture + Extended Media alumni Exhibition


56 Bogart Street, Brooklyn 

Sculpture Space

So happy to announce that I'll be working with the folks over at Sculpture Space this summer as an artist in residence this June & July 2017.

Ditch Projects

Excited to announce that I'll be exhibiting a new installation at Ditch Projects this Spring - opening April 8th, 2017! 

Roderick Art Gallery

Excited for an upcoming exhibition this May in the new Roderick Art Gallery, in El Paso! Opening May 2017

Artist Talk

Looking forward to presenting an artist lecture at the Stanlee and Gerald Rubin Center for the Visual Arts

Studio visit w/ Nathan O'Donnell

Had a wonderful studio visit with Nathan O'Donnell, co-editor of Paper Visual Art Journal. reflecting on the Centre for Dying on Stage, our final performance, and emerging ways of working through collaborative thinking.

The Centre for Dying on Stage

Autumn Residency programme at Cow House Studios
October 10 – November 20 2016
Participating artists:
Jessica Foley, Marjorie Potiron & Lisa Hoffmann, SV Randall, and Alex Mirutzio as TAH29 Associate artists: Orla Barry, Aurélien Froment, Dennis McNulty, Isabel Nolan, and Dick Walsh.

The Centre For Dying On Stage #3 is presented by Cow House Studios with the support of Wexford County Council and Wexford Arts Centre. This residency has been developed in collaboration with
Kate Strain, curator-in-residence at Cow House Studios for 2016. This initiative is supported by the Arts Council of Ireland’s Visual Arts Curator Residency Scheme. Special thanks to Frank Abruzzese + Rosie O'Gorman!

Cow House Studios

So excited to be part of the Centre For Dying on Stage this fall at Cow House Studios
Participating artists:
Jessica Foley, Marjorie Potiron & Lisa Hoffmann, SV Randall, and Alex Mirutzio as TAH29 Associate artists: Orla Barry, Aurélien Froment, Dennis McNulty, Isabel Nolan, and Dick Walsh.
thanks to the lovely Frank Abruzzese + Rosie O'Gorman!

New Printed publication

Limited run newspapers from The Centre For Dying On Stage #3 are looking great!


Participating artists: Jessica FoleyMarjorie Potiron & Lisa HoffmannSV Randall, and The Artist and Himself at 29 (Alex Mirutzio)

Talk by Associate artist Dennis McNulty

Very excited to meet with the folks over at CONNECT for a special talk by Dennis McNulty

CONNECT is the world leading Science Foundation Research Centre for Future Networks and Communications. 

Dennis McNulty is currently an associate artist for the Centre For Dying on Stage as well as a resident artist at CONNECT.

"His work is generated through an investigation of embodied knowledge in relation to other forms of knowledge, often in the context of the built environment. Beginning with detailed research of various kinds, and informed by his studies in psychoacoustics, the works often take hybrid forms, drawing on aspects of cinema, sculpture, sound and performance."

special thanks to


Jessica FoleyMarjorie Potiron & Lisa HoffmannSV RandallThe Artist and Himself at 29 (TAH29) and Kate Strain will be utilizing IMMA as studio headquarters in Dublin throughout October.

Border Art Residency

Excited to be following Alejandro Almanza Pereda as the next artist in residence at BAR this year!
August 1 - May 31, 2017 (If you find yourself traveling through NM - reach out!) 

El Paso Community Foundation

Special thanks to the El Paso Community Foundation, John Zimmerman, and Robert Lomnicki.

Paradigm Texas September 29th @ 6:00

Page Bond Gallery


The Page Bond Gallery is pleased to present Emerge: Recent VCUarts MFA Candidates and Graduates Roxana AzarEric DiehlAnthony IaconoBeatrice ModisettSV RandallJake RellerRicardo RuizKelsey SheafferRyan SyrellMatthew Warren, and Jeremy Zietz opening Thursday, June 2 from 6 to 8 PM. 

Toby Devan Lewis Fellowship Recipient

VCUarts has awarded Steven Randall (M.F.A. ’16) the Toby Devan Lewis Fellowship Award, to be used at the recipient’s discretion. Toby Devan Lewis is well known for her philanthropy in the arts, most notably through this fellowship given out to the top 10 art schools in the country. M.F.A. students who are poised to graduate from a fine arts program are eligible for this award.

VCU MFA Exhibition 2016

The MFA thesis exhibition is the final requirement for students in the graduate fine arts and design programs, representing the culmination of each artist’s accomplishments over a two-year period.Round one of the Graduate MFA Thesis Exhibitions begins with an opening reception April 8 at 5 p.m. and runs through April 24.

Exhibitions will concurrently show at the Anderson and the VCU School of the Arts Depot Gallery. Additional graduate work may be shown off site; locations and artists information for each MFA round and the juror for the undergraduate Kinetic Imaging exhibition will be announced at a later date.

Studio Visit w/ Gordon Hall

Really excited to meet with Gordon Hall this week to talk about my work!

Nominated for Contemporary Sculpture Award

Nominated for a 2016 Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award through the international sculpture center!


Traveling to Berlin this week (March 2016) - very excited to have studio visits with: Oliver LaricAude ParisetTimur Si-QinBrody CondonLindsay LawsonJennifer Ling DatchukMark SooJuliette BonnevoitAleksandra DomanovicMike Ruiz over at Future Gallery, Clémence de La Tour du Pin, + Antoine Renard

(Thanks Michael Jones McKean, Julie Grosche, and Matt King!)

Graduate Research Grant

Very honored to have received a research grant! I will be working with some wonderful folks over in the science department at VCU to discuss 'breath' - special thanks to respiratory expert - Mike Davis! The Graduate Research Grant program provides funding with the purpose of encouraging curiosity, creativity, risk-taking and scholarly investigation into a project or subject of interest relevant to the student’s academic or creative interests. February 2016.

Museum of Contemporary Art - VA

Very excited to have a piece included in an exhibition at the VA MoCA this winter! 

Copy Of -Virginia Commission for the Arts Fellowships go to Three VCU Sculptors

The Virginia Commission for the Arts is pleased to announce the award recipients of the 2015-2016 Artists Fellowships. These annual awards are given to individual Virginia artists to recognize and support creativity and artistic excellence. Congratulations to Associate Professor Michael Jones McKean, and current graduate students SV Randall and Levester Williams

Studio visit w/ Daphne Fitzpatrick

I'm really looking forward to having a studio visit with Daphne Fitzpatrick!

Ocassioned Oasis

Mulberry Gallery is pleased to present Occasioned Oasis: a collection of new works by Levester Williams and SV Randall. Mulberry Gallery will have an opening reception for the exhibition from 6 – 11pm on October 9th , 2015.
Mulberry Gallery
12 South Mulberry
Richmond, VA 23220

A.L. Steiner leading Crit.

Absolutely thrilled to have A.L. Steiner leading our crit. class this semester!

Seminar w/ Clifford Owens

Super excited to have Clifford Owens leading our seminar class this semester! 

Feel very fortunate to get to work with him this year!

Studio visit w/ Lee Piechoki

Had a great and long overdue studio visit with Lee Piechoki

Gloryas - MFA Sculpture + Extended Media Candidacy Exhibition

Exhibition of 1st year MFA candidates from VCUarts Sculpture + Extended department: Pallavi Sen, Ryan Flores, Shana Hoehn, Levester Williams, SV Randall, and Savannah Knoop. May 2015

Vacant Groceries Install

For Exhibition of 1st year MFA candidates from VCUarts Sculpture + Extended department: Pallavi Sen, Ryan Flores, Shana Hoehn, Levester Williams, SV Randall, and Savannah Knoop will be converting an abandoned grocery store into an exhibition space.

Miami this week

Traveling to Miami for Basel this week - let's meet up!

Studio visit w/ Dan Hurlin

Had a wonderful studio visit with Dan Hurlin!

Studio visit w/ Brian Bress

Super inspiring studio visit with Brian Bress!

Studio visit w/ Howie Chen

Really excited to meet with Howie Chen this week!

Studio visit w/ Leslie Hewitt

Looking forward to chatting with Leslie Hewitt!

Visit w/ Denise Markonish

Really happy to have Denise Markonish in seminar this week!

Denise Markonish has been the curator at MASS MoCA since 2007 where her exhibitions include: Oh, Canada the largest survey of contemporary Canadian art (accompanied by a 400-page catalogue co-published with MIT Press); Sanford Biggers: The Cartographer’s Conundrum, Michael Oatman: all utopias fell; Stephen Vitiello: All Those Vanished Engines, Nari Ward: Sub Mirage Lignum (catalogue); Petah Coyne: Everything That RisesMust Converge (catalogue: Yale University Press), Inigo Manglano-Ovalle:Gravity is a force to be reckoned with (catalogue: D.A.P); These Days:Elegies for Modern Times and Badlands: New Horizons in Landscape(catalogue: MIT Press. Markonish also co-edited with Susan Cross the book Sol LeWitt: 100 Views (Yale University Press). Previous to her work at MASS MoCA, Markonish was the curator at Artspace in New Haven, CT. In addition to her curatorial work Markonish has taught at University of NewHaven, Stonehill College and the Rhode Island School of Design.

Studio visit w/ Klara Hobza

So eager to meet with Klara Hobza this week!

November 2014

Studio visit w/ Mateo Tannatt

Amazing time talking with Mateo Tannatt!

October 2014


FAB Gallery is pleased to present Symbology : a collection of new works by Levester Williams and SV Randall. 
October 2014

1000 W. Broad St.
Richmond, VA 23220

Studio Visit w/ Graham Harman

So thrilled to have an upcoming studio visit with Graham Harman!

Studio visit w/ Mark Dion

Had a really fruitful studio visit with Mark Dion this week!

September 2014

Institute for Electronic Arts

Excited to work with the folks over at IEA on some new projects this winter! 2014

I-Park Residency

Excited to be joining Adam Frelin, Asha Tamirisa, Iddo Aharony, and Bernard Matambo as the next artists in residence at I-park this year! 2013

Metropolitan Museum of Art

I will be conducting research in the special publications department and will be giving weekly tours of the Richard Serra drawing exhibition! 
Through some fifty drawings and a selection of sketchbooks, the exhibition presents the evolution of Serra's drawing from the early 1970s—when he worked primarily on paper with more traditional mediums such as ink, charcoal, lithographic crayon—to the mid-1970s when he turned to black paintstick, a crayon comprised of a mixture of pigment, oil, and wax. 2011

Anderson Ranch

Looking forward to spending some time at Anderson Ranch Arts Center in Colorado.

Profile 2010

Exhibition of recent graduates from Alfred University's BFA program.
Shout out to Kate Roberts, Moyi Zhang, Jason Bernagozzi + Sondra Perry !

Opening June 2010


I will be co-leading community outreach + educational programs this summer.

With Open Arms

Robert Turner Gallery is pleased to present With Open Arms: a collection of new works by Alex Contino and SV Randall

Fosdick-Nelson Gallery

Collaborative exhibition organized by Harrell Fletcher including Elizabeth EmerySV RandallTom Shim, Alicia Eggert, Angie To, Michelle Illuminato. February 28, 2008

UB Anderson Gallery

I'll be working with the education department this year - stop by!

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