BIO - CV - CONNECT with Bojana
"At a certain level, art is akin to physics. It
begins to demonstrate how the universe works."
Bojana Randall was born in 1974 Serbia and immigrated to the United States with her family in the 1980s. Since conjugal name changes have been a factor, Bojana prefers going by her first name. Bojana’s artwork spans a broad spectrum of disciplines and purposes including sculpture, painting, and installation art designed to demonstrate theories of internal and external worlds. Her layered approach pulls together both individual and social views, micro and macro, the one and the many accentuating unity and balance between worlds. The combinations of geometric and organic forms, and figurative and abstract representations, are expressed in a broad array of mediums and colors. Her signature use of red is almost always present; a line, a pendulum, an edge exclaiming, “pay attention to this area”.
Her early works in the 1990s were representational of the human figure, nature, and geometry and are fundamental elements that still remain true as they pertain to space and time and how the universe works coupled with consciousness. From the very beginning, she blended 2-D and 3-D elements into both paintings and sculptures blurring the line between worlds. More recently, Pendulums Parts One and Deux (2018-) are prime examples of the continuance of these blurred dimensionalities between the whole and its parts.
Bojana received her BFA from William Paterson University while primarily working as a banker by day and tattoo artist by night. Rerouting her artistic trajectory after graduation, she focused on obtaining the necessary knowledge to expand on her theories, ultimately arriving at both physics and neuroscience by way of art. Her upcoming installation, Elevation (2021) at M Galleries, pertains to the shapes and patterns of “soulines” and is visually demonstrative of continuing consciousness from one life to the next. Bojana’s perception of art as a language transforms her work into a teaching mechanism to help others understand the shapes of the universe.
Bojana lives and works in New Jersey.