Randy Lee Cutler, Ask Me About Salt, 2010
RANDY LEE CUTLER: Guided Discussions
Randy Lee Cutler is an Associate Professor at Emily Carr University with a cross-appointment in the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Faculty of Visual Art + Material Practice. As an educator, writer and artist, Randy investigates the emergence of new cultural forms through an exploration of the intersections of gender, art, science and technology. She has a PhD in Cultural History from the Royal College of Art, UK where she examined the subversion of the sciences in the surrealist enterprise. Whether through performance art, experimental video or creative/critical writing, her practice explores an aesthetics of embodiment. Randy has authored essays published in C magazine, Pyramid Power, fillip review, FUSE magazine, Vancouver Art & Economies, Uncanny: Experiments in Cyborg Culture, West Coast LINE, n.paradoxa, Backflash Magazine, Canadian Art and Yishu Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art. She has performed and shown work at numerous Vancouver venues including the Vancouver Art Gallery, the Contemporary Art Gallery, VIVO, the Helen Pitt Gallery as well as the Tate Modern (Turbine Hall) for the Western Front, Latitude 53 (Edmonton, AB) and Outtakes Dallas Film Festival among others.