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  • Sal Randolph: Chalet Society, Paris 1-18-14
    Ketchem also known during his vagabond years riding the carnival circuit in the early twentieth century as Doctor Ketch em Professor Katch em The Amazing Mr Ketch Yardarm von Kip Inyard Eagle Eye Kip Katch and under a number of other sobriquets Documents recently surfaced by members of the Editorial Committee of ESTAR open an idiosyncratic window onto the career of this vaudeville philosopher who rose to considerable celebrity in the years before World War I as America s Greatest Carnival Meditator a distinction he succeeded in parleying into a marginal livelihood as a travelling attention artist and huckster therapist of modern distraction Was he associated with the Order of the Third Bird or related communities of ritually oriented devotees of practical aesthesis There are reasons to believe he was ESAR SER estarser net Chalet Society Presents Les Grands Transparents In practice in a special collaboration with Family Business Family Business is a non for profit space a free time share open to experimentation and irreverent exhibition formats initiated by Maurizio Cattelan and Massimiliano Gioni and powered by the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College USA http familybusiness us A guest a host a ghost Nadja Argyropoulou Is the

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  • Sal Randolph: This Situation 11/18-11/22 at Princeton
    York in 2007 The work is held in the permanent collection of the Centre Pompidou Paris The presentation at Princeton will be the first time that it has been staged in an academic setting This situation will be presented in Room 301 of the Lewis Center for the Arts 185 Nassau Street on November 18 through 20 from 2 00 to 6 00 p m November 21 from noon to 4 00 p m and November 22 from noon to 6 00 p m The interpreters who are part of This situation will interact with one another and visitors to the space making each visit unique The event is free and no tickets or reservations are necessary A symposium Art and School will be held on Thursday November 21 at 4 30 p m in Betts Auditorium at the School of Architecture The symposium featuring Sehgal s collaborator Asad Raza Yasmil Raymond DIA Irene Small Princeton Justin Smith Paris VII and several of the work s interpreters will take up the alternative pedagogy of the piece in an academic context Tino Sehgal who was born in Britain in 1976 and lives in Berlin creates what he calls constructed situations choreographed gestures and spoken instructions that are acted out by players and interpreters in museum and gallery contexts Explicitly not performances they are ordinarily on view continuously during a museum s opening hours over a period of at least six weeks The conceptual nature of his practice grows out of an investigation into what constitutes a work of art and a crystallization of the art experience which for Sehgal entails a direct engagement in the here and now between visitors and players in carefully choreographed situations The visitor is conceived as a fundamental part of the work and may if he

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  • Sal Randolph: Island at the Dairy in London
    novel the exhibition Island captures various moments in Aldous Huxley s novel from 1962 somewhat a counterpart to A Brave New World written thirty years earlier In the enclavic and psychic setting of Pala new criteria for value lie in harmony personal fulfillment arts architecture and the imagination Eccentric solutions are found to old social problems one regulator being the use of psychedelic drugs tantra rock climbing multiple family structures and collective and individual healing sessions Island celebrates both the psychedelic Sixties the dissolution of conventional Western mores and identities and the rise of new forms of awareness As novel it is also a cautionary tale of the mindless exploitation of resources allied to the capitalization of spirituality The exhibition follows the transformative steps of Bloomsbury born protagonist Will Farnaby observer actor and catalyst Within Island Will s transformation is loosely organized around the intertwined experiences of crash awakening abundance and self betrayal The first pivotal word Farnaby hears on the island is Attention the initial awakening of a journey towards the here and now Artist list John Armleder Sylvie Auvray Tom Benson Ashley Bickerton Va entin Carron Jake and Dinos Chapman George Condo Ann Craven Thomas Demand Zeng Fanzhi

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  • Sal Randolph: Fall Class on Artistic Research at MoMA
    Learning from the Artist as Researcher Starts October 22 4 Tuesdays 6 30 8 30 PM Through artist presentations group discussion and directed independent study this course explores the practice of artistic research and its applications for art and society Each week an artist whose creative process revolves around research demonstrates their unique approach to culling and studying materials and discusses their results and findings You ll contextualize this type

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  • Sal Randolph: Money Actions for Cabinet
    10s 5 20s 2 50s 1 100 inserted into randomly selected copies of Cabinet Money Action for Cabinet II Cabinet readers are invited to commission the artist to insert money into books and publications of their choosing Requests will be accepted while the Money issue of Cabinet is on newsstands A good faith effort will be made to honor every commission but there are no guarantees in this life Insertions

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  • Sal Randolph: Interview on CBC's The Current
    The Current I was interviewed by Anna Maria Tremonti for CBC radio s show The Current which is doing a year long project exploring the meanings of money Sal Randolph

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  • Sal Randolph: Creative Destruction at Sean Kelly
    contemporary art has found alignments with its absurdist principles Including works from both contemporary artists and their pataphysical forebearers the exhibition will examine Pataphysics and its legacy in contemporary art First run editions of some of Jarry s books such as his seminal Ubu Roi ou Les Polonais form the cornerstone of the exhibition Marcel Duchamp one of the earliest members of the College de Pataphysiques is represented in the exhibition with several works among them the artist s iconic Rotoreliefs a set of six double sided two dimensional discs that spin to create an illusion of depth More recent explorations of the absurdist nature of the movement are found in Kate Glimore s video Sudden as a Massacre in which a group of women dressed in heels and floral print dresses strenuously pull apart a large block of wet clay hurling handfuls of it at the surrounding environment and in Iran do Espírito Santo s Street Pole a life size recreation of a common street lamp made of solid granite rendering it useless for its original purpose Kris Martin s Apocalypse an antique typewriter with an etching in its carriage embodies the pataphysical conflation of visual and verbal puns Humor is evident in many of the works in Pataphysics A Theoretical Exhibition Slavs and Tatars oversized balloon A Monobrow Manifesto Hot Not uses perceptions of this facial feature as hot or not to demystify the conflict between East and West while Hennessy Youngman the alter ego of artist Jayson Musson created Art Thoughtz a series of YouTube videos in which Youngman directly addresses the audience insightfully critiquing various aspects of the elite art world as a faux outsider Matthew Ritchie s contribution to the show oil on linen paintings with mylar decal extensions addresses another aspect of the pataphysical

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  • Sal Randolph: Artistic Research Science Fair at MoMA
    the Long View at Lunchtime In conversation with artists and MoMA Lecturers explore long term process based art and its impact on the experience of art While many artists establish concrete goals the processes we are interested in examining may span the lifetime of the artist require ongoing participation or discussion and be linked more to research and exploration than to a pre established plan Bring your lunch and discover how these challenges to the constraints of time and the expectations of final product and finality force viewers and participants to reconsider the role of art in society This series serves as an incubator of ideas in advance of our upcoming Contemporary Art Forum on May 2 and 3 Join us for an interactive lunchtime session featuring artists who explore the creative possibilities of sustained investigation Following the model of a science fair research artists Sal Randolph Steve Rowell Brooke Singer and Alexandra P Spaudling will set up individual stations and offer reports on their results to date Prepare for presentation boards poster talks and engaged conversation The included projects are long term multifaceted endeavors that are rarely represented in traditional venues such as museums or galleries making this session a unique opportunity to learn about them through a direct dialogue with their creators The program concludes with a round table conversation among the artists moderated by D Graham Burnett focusing on such questions as Can science and scholarship be the medium of the artist What can be learned from the contrast between the creatively driven approach of artistic research and the focused methodology of empirically oriented investigative practices What happens at the intersection of precise knowledge and infinite possibility D Graham Burnett is an editor at Cabinet magazine and teaches at Princeton University He is the author of five

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