UA2017 Team - Sally Golding
Sally Golding - Director-Producer
Sally Golding is an artist, curator and an archivist, having worked across each since 2004.
Sally has performed her expanded cinema and sound and light compositions at venues and festivals including Tate Britain, Digital Culture Centre (Mexico City), Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art (Porto), Whitstable Biennale, Sound of Stockholm, CA2M Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo (Madrid), Rotterdam International Film Festival, Cable Festival (Nantes), BEAM: Brunel Electronic & Analogue Music Festival (UK); Kraak (Belgium), Colour Out of Space (Brighton), Fylkingen (Stockholm), Sonica (Slovenia), Open Frame/Room40 (Brisbane), FlexFest (Florida) Supernormal Festival (UK), Edinburgh International Film Festival, San Francisco Cinematheque, Abandon Normal Devices (UK), Contemporary Art Centre (Vilnius), Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Melbourne International Film Festival, Audiograft (Oxford), Experimenta (India), The Stone (NYC), Cafe OTO (London), Liquid Architecture (Australia), Transacoustic (Auckland), What is Music? (Australia). Sally’s installation work has been exhibited at Institute of Modern Art (Australia), Contemporary Art Tasmania, and the South London Gallery, and in 2015-2016 Sally undertook an Embedded residency with Sound and Music. Sally has been featured in The Wire magazine (June 2016, issue 388), and received an Oram Award 2017 (PRS Foundation and the New BBC Radiophonic Workshop) celebrating women working in innovation in music, sound and related technologies. Sally has released recordings on labels Psyché Tropes, Broken20, and forthcoming on Folklore Tapes.
From 2004-2012 Sally was Co-Director of the Australian organisation OtherFilm along with Joel Stern and Danni Zuvela, delivering hundreds of programs of experimental film and music in collaboration with leading artists and institutions including Institute of Modern Art, Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Melbourne International Film Festival, San Francisco Cinematheque, and Anthology Film Archives, New York. Sally developed and curated the Australian Psycho Subtropics (2009-2010) program showcasing the work of experimental Queensland artists, and been a mentor for various programmes including Youth Arts Queensland, Artsbridge Tasmania and ACME Studios (London). As an educator Sally has taught digital imaging, photography and sculpture at technical colleges and at university. For over ten years Sally has worked as an audiovisual archivist including on collections at the State Library of Queensland, the National Maritime Museum (London), Movietone/Associated Press, and the White Cube, managing an array of objects, records and unique media. Sally is on the advisory board for the British Music Collection, governed by Sound and Music.
Photo by Arianna Lago for The Wire
Published on 30 Jul 2017