Folegandros is a small island in Greece where I drew and photographed one summer. The view seen in the drawing features the entrance to the city from the rocky landscape with details from the town’s ancient history and fragments of contemporary quotidian life.
“Recurrences,” A&M Artworks NYC
Artforum and Art in America
“Her layering of the remembered, of the imagined, and the envisioned through time evokes important questions about visual literacy, and the mind’s eye. The synapse between what is actually experienced, what is remembered, and what is forgotten is a place where abstraction and understanding can begin.” – Patricia Phillips
“A first experience of these photographs is like walking into a room full of simultaneous conversations. The complex superimpositions in Goldring’s work can also be regarded as renderings of the layered drift of thought, memory, or dream. ..thus she presents the exquisiteness of falling into doubt, visioning the indefinite in terms of its potentially infinite permutations.” – Julia Ballerini