jaxyn randall is a composer, poet, and artist based in vienna. her work practices worldbuilding through transmedia narrative, making spaces for imagination in time, sound, and language. her most recent piece, our mouths are spring, is a stageless opera on love and commodities for voice and modular synthesizer. she holds degrees from bard mfa and ucla. she has performed widely, from diy spaces to lincoln center, and been a part of work featured in the bbc, cnn, artforum, and elsewhere. she previously lived in new york city, where she was active in organizing underground venues, zines, and radio.