jhani randhawa is a collaborator, counterdisciplinary maker, and editor
Jhani’s work is interested in precarity, queer ecology, animal friendships, diaspora and migration, spiritual activism, and fugue states. Jhani corresponds with ghat ghat, an ongoing performative embodiment navigating time, its dismantling, and the feral. Sometimes Jhani makes noise in the band dom cult.
Author of Time Regime (Gaudy Boy, 2022) and co-founding editor of the experimental arts project rivulet, Jhani has studied at Upaya Zen Center (Santa Fe, New Mexico) and Green Gulch Farm Zen Center (Muir Woods, California), and has participated in artist and focus residencies at Blue Mountain Center (Blue Lake, New York), Writers House (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania), Millay Arts (Austerlitz, New York), and the Wormfarm Institute (Reedsburg, Wisconsin).
In 2023, Jhani will begin graduate studies at the University of London, SOAS with a focus on the art of "creative refusals" within, against, and in the formation of diasporic queer archives.
Donate to Jhani’s grad school fundraiser: funds raised will go toward Jhani’s relocation, travel & tuition to the University of London.