Obsessions with horror manifest as phantasmagoric projections onto the filmmakers own body in a bizarre accumulation of unreality. Notions of ‘projected’ identity, grotesquerie, and the uncanny are interrogated in this shifting projector alignment for face(s). Golding’s key expanded cinema work, bringing body and apparatus to the fore.
16mm film reel & film loop, vintage sound effects, unhinged Foley, stroboscopic lightning
Drawing by a young audience member during a performance of Face of An Other: