Liam Randles-Martin is an artist living and working on unceded Wurundjeri land in Naarm/Melbourne.
Liam sees himself as a dilettante, accumulating scraps of knowledge about visual culture, philosophy and history while maintaining an ongoing preoccupation with the themes of both time, history and irresolution. This interest manifests itself in the use of detached imagery, obsolete technology and opaqu phraseology in an effort to create and maintain a state of ambiguity and doubt. In doing so he cultivates a space of questioning, in the hope of one day understanding his own state of being.
Liam received a BVA and BA from Monash University in 2019, and is currently completing his Honours in Visual Art at the Victorian College of the Arts. His current honours project is concerned with creating hypothetical counter-narratives to call into question how history is recorded and remembered.
Previous exhibitions include Pseudochronology at Trocadero Artspace (2019) and Oh, How I Sighed at Intermission Gallery (2018). His work is held in private collections across Australia.