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Sal Randolph

Sal Randolph lives in Brooklyn and makes artworks involving gift economies, social interactions, public spaces and publishing. Her Money Actions in which she gives away money to members of the public as both provocation and invitation have been featured in the 2011 Biennial of Graphic Arts in Ljubljana, Slovenia, the Live Biennial, Open Engagement, and in Cabinet Magazine. She has recently been doing research and teaching on the topic of attention as a visiting fellow at Princeton University and is writing on art for The American Reader.


Mustafa Maluka

Mustafa Maluka is an artist who has lived and worked between New York, Amsterdam, Berlin, Cape Town and Helsinki for the last six years. His most recent body of work was completed in Berlin. He has studied at De Ateliers in Amsterdam and the Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis. He has held 10 solo exhibitions and has been included on numerous group shows. Recent group shows include "World Histories" at Des Moines Art Centre, Iowa(2008), "Flow" at the Studio Museum in Harlem, New York (2008) and the 7th São Paulo Bienal (2006). Des Moines Art Center introduction for Mustafa Maluka from mustafa maluka on Vimeo.