Artist

Randy & Berenicci

Randy & Berenicci (Randy Gledhill & Berenicci Hershorn), in an oeuvre spanning more than 30 years, created a unique and evolving body of site-specific and time based art (performance, installation, video, public sculpture). They produced and presented their collaborative work internationally with an extensive history of recognition in art venues around the world.

Working in the era of analogue video, they pushed the limits of the medium creating densely architected landscapes through an alchemy of pre-recorded video installations, front and rear projections, miniatures and mechanical effects.

They are pioneers of a style of work that combines sensitive and playful reference to site with visionary metaphors infused with historical and cultural references. Poetic and multi-layered, their art is unexpected, surprising and always engaging.

Randy Gledhill (b. Winnipeg 1951) currently lives and works in Vancouver.

Berenicci Hershorn (b. Toronto 1945) currently lives and works in Toronto.

Videography

Social Theatre I-VI

1997, 02:30 minutes, colour, Silent

The Fourth Corner of the World

1992, 30:00 minutes, colour, English

Raven Mad

1990, 06:30 minutes, colour, English

Toronto Performances (1980-1987)

1987, 08:28 minutes, colour, English

Dance of Delirium

1987, 02:22 minutes, colour

Bird Loop for ‘Puppet Theatre’

1986, 22:00 minutes, colour

Rune (Installation)

1986, 11:00 minutes, colour

Rune (Installation walk through)

1986, 07:30 minutes, colour, English

History

1986, 10:00 minutes, colour, English

Tower of Babel

1984, 40:00 minutes, colour, English

Once Upon A Time…

1984, 18:30 minutes, colour, English

Catastrophe Theory

1983, 18:00 minutes, colour, English

Control Cycle

1983, 16:30 minutes, colour

Unbashed Heroics

1982, 20:00 minutes, colour, English

Videage

1981, 50:00 minutes, colour, English

Code Red

1980, 02:00 minutes, colour

Lost City Found

1979, 20:00 minutes, colour, English

Ars Gratis Artis

1979, 42:00 minutes, colour, English