Artist | Designer
‘Sal’s art lurks somewhere in the shadows; rich with tactile, off-kilter, unapologetic personality. She is able to stride from the page to the projector and from installation to art direction with bold vision and a deftness of touch’
Sal Pittman is an artist and designer based in South East London. Her work is driven principally by a visual response to sound and the search for reframed perspectives. Combining a range of media including film making, animations, slide projectors and photocopiers, she creates abstract narratives utilising altered scale, suffused layering of light, reframes and rhythms, constructing cinematic other-worlds, that explore ways of challenging sensory perceptions.
Her work ranges from the design and production of multi-roomed distinct analogue and digital installations in monochrome and saturated colour to art books and 2D visual works – working with text based imagery, photomontage and collage alongside production design and art direction for film and performance.
All images © salpittman unless otherwise stated.
Visual artist, art director and educator working across a variety of disciplines. My work ranges from bespoke multi-media projects with my company, KlangHaus to art direction, production design and film making. I am also an associate design lecturer in research and design development at both postgraduate and undergraduate level.
Artist + Co-director. KlangHaus
Visual artist at KlangHaus – a collaboration in sound, art, and building. KlangHaus is an award-winning, installation + theatre umbrella project. The work revolves around a hybrid of live music and visual art using evaporating cinematic narratives, analogue and digital light, song, sound, film, site specific installation and promenade performance.
LightHaus | Love Light festival. Norwich
800 Breaths |Southbank Centre. London
Four Storeys | St. Georges Works. Norwich
Alight Here | Queen St Bus Depot. Colchester
OnAir | Southbank Centre. London
LowerGround | Somerset House. London
KlangHaus at Summer hall | Somerset House. London
Concrete Dreams exhibition design (in association with LYN atelier and Southbank Centre) Inaugural exhibition for re-opening of Queen Elizabeth Hall, Purcell Rooms, Hayward Gallery
Design Video and Film. (a selection)
‘Love Letter to a Building’ at London College of Fashion – current
Production Design/Art Direction
Phantoscopic (Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard) – ongoing
4AD/Beggars Group/Decca/Mute Records. Clients include Nick Cave, Scott Walker, Daughter, Can, Barbican Centre,
Powis Square Pictures.
Art Direction/Film making
The Voice Project – ongoing
Production Design/Film making
University College London. Museums live streams and public events