Sal Randolph lives in New
York and produces independent art projects involving gift economies and social
architectures, including Free Words, Free Manifesta, and Opsound. She has recently
been developing work in the areas of experiential and participatory art, including
intheconversation (a website for texts on experiential art), and be something
(a collaboration with performance artist Kathe Izzo). She works with sound as
situationalaudio and as a member of the band Weapons of Mass Destruction, and
she is also part of the psychogeographical artist network, Glowlab.