Sal Randolph
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Works in Brooklyn, New York United States of America

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BIO
Sal Randolph lives in New York and makes art involving gift economies, social interactions, public spaces and publishing, including Opsound, an open exchange of copyleft music, the Free Biennial and Free Manifesta, a pair of open, internet-mediated "biennials," Free Words, a book infiltrated into bookstores and libraries, and Money Actions, an ongoing series of interventions in which she has given away several thousand dollars to members of the public. She is currently investigating games, recipes, algorithms, codes, and texts. http://salrandolph.com
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Summer Reading Suggestions


Oh, and another online library of theory & art theory readings
http://content.reticular.info/forum/index.php?n=Library.Index

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Summer Reading Suggestions


Aaaarg is a great resource for finding theory type readings online: http://www.aaaarg.org

& iff you do want some stuff on Relational Aesthetics and the like, I have a list of online reading resources here:
http://salrandolph.com/studio/47/resources-on-the-relational-debate

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Voting Problem for Commissions


hmm, others seem to be working fine, so it's likely just an issue with that one page.

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Voting Problem for Commissions


I know the voting form just went live, and you may have already noticed this, but on the project pages which are hosted by rhizome, the voting form isn't displaying correctly for me (so far it seems to display fine on pages hosted elsewhere). I'm running Safari, if that makes a difference.

Here's a screenshot of how it looked

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on this page:

http://rhizome.org/commissions/2009/proposal.php?proposal=697

Anyone else seeing similar probs?

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Yes, this piece is two computers emailing each other. That's what I liked about it - a kind of precise, minimal intervention which I find (at the risk of being old fashioned) aesthetically pleasing. The "art" here isn't found in a high level of technical innovation, it's found in a deft, accurate rethinking of technology that's lying all around us.