For her Embedded residency at the South London Gallery in partnership with Sound and Music, audiovisual Australian-British artist Sally Golding presents two new installations which explore her interest in hallucination and perception.
Treating dualities of play and horror within art as a form of dark carnival ride, Golding’s work focuses on the experience of the audience, pushing the boundaries of visual and auditory perception through the breakdown of the cinematic system into flicker, waveforms and colour fields.
Two new works involving projection, two way mirror, lighting, and sonic composition extend upon her repertoire of live expanded cinema performances, multimedia installations and sound recordings. During her residency Golding has also accessed the Grade II listed former Peckham Road Fire Station, recently gifted to the SLG, as means of exploring points of interaction and interference.
'Embedded' is a Sound and Music composer and creative artist development programme funded by the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, find out more about Sally Golding’s residency here.