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  • Sal Randolph
    of Unknown Destinations Money Actions Free Money Free Press Reading Between Opsound Free Manifesta The Free Biennial Free Words archive More Work text The Uses of Art Why Unknow Uselessness Refusal Art and Money Let s Blush Notes on Slack or A Declaration of Uselessness Beautiful Money Art as Currency Art as Experience Hospitality In the Conversation Art Talk Outside the Cube Culture is Public Because Meaning Is Some Experiments

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  • Sal Randolph: About
    the public environments of New York Frankfurt am Main Berlin and other cities as well as in gallery and museum exhibitions including Manifesta 4 and Don t Miss in Frankfurt am Main BüroFriedrich Gallery and the Neue Gesellschaft für Bildende Kunst NGBK in Berlin the Palais de Tokyo and Bétonsalon in Paris La Box in Bourges Röda Sten in Göteborg Live Biennale Western Front in Vancouver Art Interactive and Oni

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  • Sal Randolph: news
    July 16 Ordinarily Unheard An Evening of Performed Sound Thursday July 16 7 9pm Calico Gallery 67 West St 203 Brooklyn NY 11222 FB Event Invite Sal Randolph David B Smith and Audra Wolowiec will each present a performed sound work integral to their broader practices which include visual textual and sculptural projects dealing with themes such as language imagination and memory Sal Randolph Airport Scores for Drift These Airport Scores are part of an experimental novel Drift being written on Twitter and other social media with elements distributed in real space and on the web They are ambience scores transcriptions into language of the ordinarily unheard sounds of place from this alphabetically rendered sound composition places may then be performed in voice or imagination David B Smith Forgetting Your Name extended version Smith will lead a participatory ceremony where members of the audience are invited to speak a name of their choice as raw material for an electronic sound composition The composition will unfold organically and unexpectedly and will waver between found sound and music and between evolution and deterioration The words the audience speaks will like memories fade in and out of legibility repeating and building yet obscuring and changing original meanings and intentions Audra Wolowiec is a language based short film with two slide projectors and sound components Held by punctuation signals from two lighthouses begin to flash across the screen communicating through fragments As the sound of breaths continue to locate each other waves allude that geometry is of no use to calculate a proximity that is felt This work was first performed at the Poetry Project at St Marks Church Jan 2015 May 12 Deadline for Summer at Mildred s Lane Summer 2015 at Mildred s Lane Attention Lab with The Order of the Third Bird July 20 26 2015 APPLICATION DEADLINE MAY 12 2015 http www mildredslane com apply In this week long session indiscreet associates of The Order of the Third Bird including D Graham Burnett Jeff Dolven Jac Mullen Leonard Nalencz Sal Randolph and Audra Wolowiec will continue their investigations into experimental protocols of Practical Aesthesis and methods of Sustained Attention The Attention Lab is part guerrilla seminar and part meditative and kinetic practicum A discipline of the senses is pursued Temporary metempsychosis can occur but must not become permanent Investigations during this year s session will take us deeper into the territory of our relation with the natural world including animal life and animal senses ecological hyperobjects and the effects of mobilizing historical modes of observation witness and awareness in contemporary periods of crisis Beginning with available traditions and protocols of the Order the group s aim will be to develop and test new experimental practices of attention About the Participants D Graham Burnett functions as a lose New York based collective Members have included Yara Flores Eigil zu Tage Ravn Frumento Combusti Dusty Keelson Maar Molly Gottstauk and Sanelma Nicht Participants have taught at Princeton Yale and Columbia Universities and authored several books including Descartes and the Hyperbolic Quest 2005 and The Sounding of the Whale 2012 Others have recently shown work in the Island exhibition at the Dairy Art Center London and the Emily Harvey Foundation New York More at dgrahamburnett net Jeff Dolven teaches Renaissance literature poetry and poetics at Princeton University He is the author of Scenes of Instruction U of Chicago Press and a book of poems Speculative Music Sarabande and he is an editor at large at Cabinet magazine Jac Mullen is the executive editor and co founder of the American Reader a monthly journal of literature and criticism Leonard Nalencz has worked as an organizer for an international trade union a professor of Classical and Romance Languages and Literature a Liguria based Cicerone and as a short order cook in Ocean City New Jersey His current projects include a work of literary criticism focused on figures of resuscitated youths in Early Modern epic romance poetry and the development of new protocols of sustained attention to digital images Sal Randolph is an artist living in Brooklyn Her Money Actions have been featured in the 2011 Biennial of Graphic Arts in Ljubljana Slovenia the Live Biennial and in Cabinet Magazine Other projects have been exhibited at the Göttingen Kunstverein Röda Sten and Manifesta 4 She has recently been doing research and teaching on the topic of attention as a visiting fellow at Princeton University and has shown new work at Raygun Projects in Toowoomba Australia and Moore College of Art and Design in Philadelphia More information salrandolph com Audra Wolowiec is an interdisciplinary artist based in Brooklyn NY Her work has been shown at Art in General Magnan Metz Reverse Socrates Sculpture Park Norte Maar and The Poetry Project Featured in Modern Painters Brooklyn Rail Time Out NY thresholds MIT Dept of Architecture Recent artist residencies include Bemis Center for Contemporary Art and the Physics Department at the University of Oregon Wolowiec currently teaches at SUNY Purchase and is the 2015 Artist Educator in Residence at Dia Beacon www audrawolowiec com The Order of the Third Bird There remains some confusion about the history and practices of the body known as The Order of the Third Bird but evidence points to its having been for some time a network of cell like groups that engage in ritualized forms of sustained attention to works of art The canons of secrecy around these activities their structure and purposes have traditionally been sufficiently restrictive as to leave some doubt as to whether any individual professing knowledge of the Order could in fact be genuinely associated therewith Be that as it may public activities conjectured to be not utterly dissimilar to doings of the Order have been reported variously at the Art in General What s Now symposium Centre Pompidou Chalet Society Dairy Art Centre Emily Harvey Foundation Guggenheim Museum Harvard VES ICA Philadelphia Institute für Raumexperimente Mildred s Lane Milwaukee Art Museum MoMA Studio Palais de Tokyo PS1 RISD

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  • Sal Randolph: studio
    Library of Art is to participate in a conversation with these works which continue to affect me In their nature as instructional works statement objects are inherently participatory whether they operate on the level of imagination or realization They are paradoxically and simultaneously linguistic and experiential Because they can be made by anyone they are playful and social eluding ownership and control Heavy Rotation Heavy Rotation is a series of language drawings and was featured in wordservents Game of Art I ve been at work on the Game of Art a transformation of the meta instructional Library of Art inspired now by the visual design of wheel charts volvelles and Parcheesi game boards as well as by algorithms and recipes Surrealist games Fluxus event scores instructional works and the legalistic descriptive captions of conceptual art the work of Barry Cage Kaprow Knowles Lozano Ono Weiner and others By reanimating instructional art in the form of a game the new hope is pit the imaginary against the real and see who wins The original Library of Art categories were Material Process Structure Action Situation Duration and Color I m adding new categories to help the game catch up with the needs of contemporary art making Subject Style Antagonism Post Production and Rules The game is still in process but you can take a peek at all the permutations categories in the giant PDF poster version I debuted at Conflux last fall Game of Art Poster PDF Street Studio Money 34 82 September 24 4pm Sarah Roosevelt Park at Rivington Street 2 55 September 24 5pm Sarah Roosevelt Park at Rivington Street 04 September 24 6pm Sarah Roosevelt Park at Rivington Street Flashback Sound I ve been thinking about making some new audio work and about the allure of binaural microphones and field recordings It s spring And as part of starting forward I ve been re listening to a few sound pieces from 2004 2005 MINIMALISM was based on a recording I made at the Guggenheim museum in New York during the show Singular Forms Sometimes Repeated Ambient recordings are processed recursively through a harmonic filter From the present it sounds pretty maximal to me listen SOUNDSCAPE was a capture from a generative sound work I made for a one night Be Something residency at Kathe Izzo s Garden of Love at Cinders Gallery listen Language Drawings April 2011 New language drawings in the studio Digital Monochromes BA80A BAD80A is part of a new series of books and other digital monochromes which explore what happens to color as it moves from the digital to the material and back again Color exists as linguistic code BAD80A is the hexidecimal notation used to produce a yellow green color on a web page as a pattern of LCD subpixels mixing shades of red green and blue into millions of visible colors and as inks dyes and paints BAD80A is roughly the equivalent of Pantone s PMS 382c ink mixing formula As color moves in

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  • Sal Randolph: Handy Condensed Library of Art
    home Handy Condensed Library of Art A handy single volume version of the Library of Art Free to download More about the Library of Art Download PDF

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  • Sal Randolph: Free Words
    and are distributed by being placed on the shelves of bookstores and libraries creating an art situation that infiltrates public and commercial space The text of Free Words is a series of 13 000 words which has been placed in

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  • Sal Randolph: & Drift
    locations in a flashing series of cities towns landscapes airports trains and subway platforms She moves and stands in the sublime and unceasing deluge of information and image exemplified by the novel s primary habitat Twitter Internal voices interweave aphoristic thoughts cinematic observations sound scores photographs quotations letters lists narrative turns What could such a protagonist want other than everything What could resist her wanting but the entire world The

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  • Sal Randolph: Language Drawings
    long rolls of paper There was a bit of the romance of Jack Kerouac s On the Road scroll and of the half fantastical story of Frank O Hara standing up and typing poems at a model typewriter outside the Olivetti store during his lunch hour The early rolls are 20 feet long made over the course of days or weeks Since then I ve moved to other typewriters other

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