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