Sal Randolph // Free Money
Free Money

Presented by Western Front
Curated by Natalie Loveless
Invited by iKatun

Western Front
303 East 8th Ave.

Thursday, October 18
Friday, October 19

1 - 5pm

Location: Site-specific in neighbourhood cafe’s

“Meet with me, and I will give you a sum of money, and a choice,” says artist Sal Randolph.

As part of her Free Money project, Randolph will be making appointments for one on one interaction events -- she will meet with participants over coffee and offer each person both cash and a question. For appointment info write her at freemoney@fremoneyrelease.org. Free Money is an ongoing series of situations in which the artist gives away money in various settings, exploring the interactions and experiences that result. She has distributed over $2,500 so far in cafés, on the street, and in galleries as part of Be Something’s one2one performance festival, the Conflux festival, and in exhibitions at the Salvation Gallery and Nathan Cummings Foundation Gallery in New York. freemoneyrelease.org

Sal Randolph lives in New York and produces independent art projects involving gift economies and social architectures. She is the founder of Opsound and Free Words. Other recent projects include Free Press, which created an open access publishing house at R–da Sten Contemporary Art Space in G–teborg, Sweden. She is currently developing work in the areas of experiential and participatory art.
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