|FREE BIENNIAL: ABOUT SAL RANDOLPH|
|ABOUT SAL RANDOLPH|
and art critic Eileen Myles has said, Sal's project converges at the
root of money and postmodern art and avant garde friendship, and the
Boston Globe reported, Randolph deliberately sets out not so much
to challenge the viewers ideas about art, but her own
when put together,
all this anti-art turns into provocative art.
Sal Randolph is a graduate of Harvard University, and a resident of New York. She is a poet and DJ as well as a visual artist and has received a Massachusetts Fellowship in poetry. She exhibits regularly at the Silas-Kenyon Gallery/Schoolhouse Center in Provincetown, Massachusetts.
Randolphs recent projects have included Free Words in which 3,000 copies of a free book are being infiltrated into bookstores and libraries worldwide (www.freewords.org), and The Free Biennial which brings together over 200 artists in an open show of free art in the public spaces of New York during April 2002 (www.freebiennial.org).
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