Sally Golding’s participatory installations seek to integrate the viewer within the artwork through image capture and reflection. Drawn from science and psychology her works elicit the ‘dark carnival ride’ inviting the viewer as participant to engage in otherworldly and contemplative spaces.
Participatory installation exploring intimacy, interaction and perception through multi-sensory projection, optical sheeting, reflection, lighting, and sonic composition.
Lathe cut audio recording– inscribed recordings married with the sound of the substrate– hand cut onto silver foil in a special edition.
Large scale participatory installation touching on presence and absence, the embodied and the virtual incorporating the viewer’s own reflection.
An intimate participatory installation investigating the experience of autoscopic hallucination and the Double.