the second woman
by nat randall and anna breckon. 
In an epic endurance performance, Nat Randall repeats a single scene inspired by the John Cassavetes’ meta-theatrical drama Opening Night. 100 times over a 24 hour period, Randall performs this scene between a man and a woman in a relationship that has lost its creativity, romance and vitality. Starring opposite Randall are 100 different men drawn from the local community.

The scene is captured on multiple cameras and projected live alongside the staged performance.

First presented at Next Wave Festival at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image, 2016.  Followed by presentations in Hobart, Sydney & Perth in Australia and Kaohsiung in Taiwan.
nat randall: Co-creator, script and performer
Nat Randall is an artist working at the intersection of contemporary performance and video. Randall has presented work at Dark Mofo, Museum of Contemporary Art, Campbelltown Arts Centre, Perth Institute of Contemporary Art, Kaldor Public Art Projects, Canberra Contemporary Art Space, Next Wave Festival, Performance Space, Duckie (UK) among others. Randall is a recent recipient of City of Sydney’s Creative Live Work Studio residency program. Randall is a core and founding member of collectives Hissy Fit and Team MESS and is formerly a co-presenter on FBi Radio’s weekly arts program, Canvas.
anna breckon - Co-creator, script, direction and video direction
Anna Breckon is an independent filmmaker, editor, and critic based in Sydney with a research based PhD in queer and feminist film theory from the University of Sydney. She has worked as a director, editor, and colourist for projects presented at The Museum of Contemporary Art, Performance Space and Dark Mofo. Anna has published on John Waters and Todd Solondz and is currently writing a manuscript on the queer politics of happiness.This experience comes together with Anna’s extensive knowledge of cinematic representation. Anna has worked as an independent filmmaker in the roles of writer, director, video editor, and producer.
EO Gill - Co-video direction and camera operation 
Gill has installed and presented work extensively, most recently at Campbelltown Arts Centre, The Museum of Contemporary Art and Performance Space and has completed residencies with the National Film & Sound Archive, Canberra, NES, Iceland and Vitalstatistix, Adelaide among others. Gill graduated with a BFA (Honours Class 1) from UNSW and is currently undertaking an MFA at UNSW Art & Design, Sydney supported by an APA Scholarship. Gill is on the Board of Directors at Firstdraft and is a core and founding member of art collective Hissy Fit.

future method studios - Set Design
Future Method Studio is a collaborative and interdisciplinary practice working across architecture, installation and speculative projects.  The focus of the studio is on material culture and creative methodologies that are impact and process driven. We work with a variety of clients to design residential, health and civic buildings, and we design immersive & performative works, exhibitions and installations in collaboration with institutions and artists for a variety of spaces, scales and budgets.
Amber Silk - lighting design
Nina Buchanan - sound composition
Sophie Roberts - Original Hair and Makeup Design
A-Wing Hsu - Direction of performance, THE SECOND WOMAN (TAIWAN EDITION)