Sal Randolph is an artist who lives in Brooklyn and works between language and action. Her Money Actions have been featured in the 2011 Biennial of Graphic Arts in Ljubljana, Slovenia, the Live Biennial, Open Engagement, Wave Pool, Moore Galleries, and in Cabinet Magazine. Other projects have been exhibited or performed at Alaska Projects, Art Interactive, Bétonsalon, BüroFriedrich, Calico Gallery, Göttingen Kunstverein, La Box Bourges, Manifesta 4, Röda Sten, Palais de Tokyo and Raygun Projects. She has taught as a fellow at Princeton and a visiting artist at Columbia University, HEAD Geneva, Guggenheim Museum, Institute for Raüm Experimente, Massachusetts College of Art, Mildred’s Lane, RISD, and elsewhere. New language work is in Queen Mob’s Teahouse, Pith, Otolith, and she is writing a novel on Twitter. She is co-founder of Dispersed Holdings, an artist-run listening and publication space in New York.
Contact Sal: salrandolph [at] gmail [dot] com