Publications, Exhibits & Special Events



* E. Goldring, V. Grabill, The Inner Eye: From the Inside Out: Laser Treatment (7 min.) 1985
* E. Goldring, V. Grabill, The Inner Eye: From the Inside Out (22 min), 1988
* E. Goldring, R. Webb, A Visual Language For the blind (16 min.), 1991
* E. Goldring, V. Grabill, Toward Cybervision for the Blind (6 min), 1995
* E. Goldring, Seth Riskin, Eye Dance - A Working Document (5 min), 1998
* E. Goldring, Seth Riskin, Eye Dance (9 min), 2000

Exhibitions, Installations and Special Events

* Field Museum of Natural History, workshops toward an exhibition for the blind and visually handicapped, 1969-70
* National Collection of Fine Arts, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C., designed Children's Gallery; developed Improvisational Tour; established annual Children's Day festival, 1971-72
* "Trio" with Keiko Prince and Edward LePoulin, CAVS/MIT, Cambridge, MA, 1983
* "The Inner Eye: From the Inside Out: Laser Treatment" for "Vision" AZTEC traveling exhibition (premiere at Boston Museum of Science, Oct. 1985) 1985-88
* "EYE/SIGHT" with Vin Grabill, interactive video installation for "Lights/OROT", Yeshiva University Museum, New York, 1988-89
* "EYE/SIGHT" with Vin Grabill for "Otto Piene und das CAVS", Badischer Kunstverein, Karlsruhe, Germany, 1988
* "EYE/SIGHT II" installation for "Celebration of Light", Savonlinna, Finland, 1989
* "EYE/SIGHT" with Vin Grabill, installation for Options, at the Washington Project for the Arts, Washington, D.C. 1990
* "Retinal Poetry: Experiments in Visual Language Seen through the SLO", with Robert Webb, CAVS/MIT, 1991
* "Eye Room", for Light/space/Time, MIT Museum, with Vin Grabill, 1994
* "Retinal Poetry on Steam" with Joan Brigham, CAVS/MIT, 1994
* Video Poetry, CAVS/MIT, 1994
* 1st SLO Internet Demonstration, CAVS/MIT, January, 1995

Publications, Lectures and Reviews"

* Laser Treatment, Poems and Two Stories, Blue Giant Press, Boston, 1983 (Review of Laser Treatment by Dan Jaffe, New Letters, vol. 51, no.1, Fall, 1984)
* video presentation at Locarno video Festival, Locarno, Switzerland, 1989
* "Documenting Vision Loss", New England Journal of Optometry, vol. 42, 1, Winter 1990 (award for best non-technical article by Society of Optometry)
* "A Visual Language for the Blind" presented at the second international SLO Conference, San Diego, CA, 1992
* "Roosters and Lasers" presented at Babel, a UNESCO Conference on Art and Technology, Kunsthochschule fŸr Medien, cologne, 1992
* Without Warning, 49 poems, BkMk Press and Helicon 9, Kansas City, 1995
* Computer Dictionary of Word-Images and Visual Symbols for three and four-letter nouns and verbs (work in progress)
* "Sharing Subjectivities" and "Creating a Visual Language for the Blind", conference presentations, ISEA, Montreal, 1995
* "Visual Consciousness Reassembled", CAiiA Conference, Newport, Wales, 1997
* "A Visual Language for the Blind", ASTC Conference, Cooper-Union, New York, 1998
* "Princes", Spud Songs, Helicon Nine Editions, 1998
* "A Prarie Schooner Portfolio", Prarie Schooner, Spring 2001
* , Syllabus, April 2001

Grants, Awards

* Diabetes Research and Education Foundation Grant for "The Inner Eye: From the Inside Out", 1987
* "The Inner Eye: From the Inside Out", artist award, New Emg;and Regional Film/Video Fellowship Program, 1988
* First Prize for best non-technical article, Society of Optometrics, 1989
* Council for the Arts at MIT, grant, 1990
* Council for the Arts at MIT, grant, 1992
* National Library of Poetry, editors choice award, 1996
* Prix Ars Electronica, honorable methion, 1996
* NEA artist of the month, NEA online, 1999
* Council for the Arts at MIT, grant, 2000

Articles about Goldring's vision work have appeared in MIT's TechTalk, the MIT Research Digest, the Harvard Journal, Science, BusinessWeek, Opthamology Review, The Daily Telegraph (London), The Chicago Sun Times. She has been interviewed on ABC World News Tonight, The NEA Website, and New Letters on the Air (PBS), Boston Globe, New Letters, Who's Who in the East, Who's Who in American Art, Who's Who in America 2002.