RECENT, ONGOING and FORTHCOMING EVENTS:
10 October 2011- 31 December 2013
'Oramics: Atlantis Anew' film on display at the Science Museum, London
An excerpt can be seen online on the Wire Magazine website: thewire.co.uk
27 October 2012
"In and out of Synch" performance screening, Tate Oil Tanks, London as part of ‘Playing in the Shadows: Film Action’
28th October 2012
Film screening at Wundergrund Festival
SNYK - Centre for contemporary, experimental music and sound art, Copenhagen
1 November 2012
"In and out of Synch", performance screening, Arnolfini, Bristol, as part of four day event showcasing exploratory practices in music, performance, visual art and cinema featuring Russell Haswell, Kevin Drumm, Thomas Ankersmit, Ben Russell, Tai Shani, Raime, Emptyset, Her Ghost: An Homage To Chris Marker’s La Jette by Kode9, MFO and Ms Haptic, Aura Satz’s And Out Of Synch, People Like US aka Vicki Bennett’s film The Zone and more. 26 October–3 November.
11 November 2012
"Universal Language: A Lost Manifesto" film performance
Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, as part of ‘The Voice and the Lens’, curated by Sam Belifante and Third Ear
January 23 - February 3 2013
“Soundfigures” solo retrospective at Blaak 10, as part of the 42nd International Film Festival Rotterdam, curated by Edwin Carels
28 January 2013
“School of Sound,” at the 42nd International Film Festival Rotterdam, with Michael Snow, Simon Field, Barry Esson, Caroline Martel and Aura Satz.
13 February 2013
Workshop at Camden Arts Centre, together with Steve Dorney, to coincide with exhibition “Film in Space: Group show selected by Guy Sherwin”
Participants in the workshop will include Steven Ball, Andy Birtwistle, Rob Mullender, Aura Satz, Jan Thoben, David Toop, and Duncan White.
4 March 2013
Flights of Fancy
Turner Sims, University of Southhampton
Screening and performance of Tatton Park commissions
22 March - 26 May 2013
“Impulsive Synchronization” solo exhibition at Hayward Gallery Project Space
Talk with Curator Stephanie Rosenthal on Sunday 24 March, 3.30-4.30pm
May 2013 and onwards
"Curiosity: Art and the Pleasures of Knowing", exhibition and performances as part of Hayward Touring exhibition in association with Cabinet Magazine, curated by Brian Dillon,
Turner Contemporary (Margate), Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery, de Appel (Amsterdam)
25 May – 15 September 2013
Turner Contemporary , Margate
28 September 2013 - 5 January 2014
Castle Museum & Art Gallery, Norwich
touring to de Appel , Amsterdam June - August 2014
"In and Out of Synch" performance screening with live music by Maja Ratkje and Anton Lukoszevieze
Ny Musikk festival, Oslo
6 September – 20 Oct 2013
"Head to Head: Aura Satz and Nicola Ellis"
Castlefield Gallery, Manchester
3-6 October 2013
Screenings at the 51st New York Film Festival, "Views from the Avant-garde", curated by Mark McElhatten
Lincoln Centre, New York and Mini–Retrospective at Ampitheatre
1 November - 07 December 2013
‘Colour Opponent Process’
Paradise Row Gallery, London
Friday 1st November, 7.30pm-11pm, Cafe OTO
‘Unconscious Archives’: Malcolm Le Grice, Aura Satz, Sally Golding, Gideon Vein, Guy Edmonds
22 January-2 February 2014
43rd edition Rotterdam Film Festival
Screenings as part if the ‘Signals Regained’ programme
‘Post-Script’ group exhibition curated by Edwin Carels, Rotterdam
15 February – 11 May 2014
BOOSTER –Art Sound Machine
Group show curated by Nik Nowak in conjunction with Marta Herford, Herford Germany
14 March - 19 April 19 2014
‘Colour Opponent Process’
Solo show at Gallery 44, Centre for Contemporary Photography, Toronto, Canada
To coincide with screening at the Images Festival, Toronto 10-19th April 2014
14 March – 17 April 2014
‘Transcendence: A Suite’
Three-person show alongside Nell and Angelica Mesiti at Gertrude Contemporary, Melbourne
14 March - 19 April 2014
‘Pre owned: Looks Good Man’
Group show curated by Morgan Quaintance,
Cell Project Space, London
Screening alongside Jerome Hiler and John Smith,
The Harn Museum, Florida
‘Curiosity: Art and the Pleasures of Knowing’
Hayward Touring exhibition in association with Cabinet Magazine, curated by Brian Dillon
The Exchange and Newlyn Art Gallery, Cornwall, 25 January – 26 April 2014
De Appel, Amsterdam 27 June – 14 September 2014
Reproductions of artworks in Marina Warner’s forthcoming book
THE SYMBOL GIVES RISE TO THE THOUGHT: WRITINGS ON ART BY MARINA WARNER, VOL.1
Artist page on the website of The Wire: Adventures in Modern Music: thewire.co.uk to accompany the cross-platform feature on my work in the September 2010 issue.
An excerpt of the filmic installation 'Sound Seam' thewire.co.uk
An excerpt of 'Automamusic' thewire.co.uk
An excerpt of 'Oramics: Atlantis Anew', thewire.co.uk
An excerpt of 'Vocal Flame', thewire.co.uk
My short film on the Theremin virtuosa Lydia Kavina, thewire.co.uk
Huffington Post commissioned blog huffingtonpost.co.uk
Interview on the Creators Project website thecreatorsproject.com
Artist's profile in Diva Magazine divamag.co.uk
Frieze magazine focus article frieze.com
Interview on the Ear Room website: earroom.com
Animate projects interview: apengine.org
'Colour Opponent Process’ review in This Is Tomorrow
‘Colour Opponent Process’ review in Art Agenda
‘Colour Opponent Process’ review in Photomonitor
Aura Satz: TURNTABLE TABLEAU & TALKING BOOK VENTRILOQUIST ACT
TURNTABLE TABLEAU & TALKING BOOK VENTRILOQUIST ACT
a film performance, Sun 9 May 2010, 5pm
ICA - Live Weekend 1 - Performance etc (produced by David Gryn)
Aura Satz presents a Talking Book Ventriloquist Act, followed by a live soundtrack to her film 'Sound Seam', performed by Alex Baker, Lina Hakim, Chris McCormack, Roger Orwell, Frances Scott and Aura Satz.
'Sound Seam' is presented at the ICA as a silent film accompanied only by the surface noise of crackle, whilst the performers enact a live sculptural sound-track, a spiraling multivocal counterpart, a cornocupia of voices recounting a tale of mourning and technology, a forensic love-story of sorts in which the voices overlap, echo and pre-empt each other. The cinematic stage is animated by a voice-over carousel, a spinning tableau vivant, a canon of voices amplified by horns set on a rotating stage.
FREE ENTRY TO ALL EVENTS AND SCREENINGS
Institute of Contemporary Arts
The Mall, London SW1Y 5AH
Tel 020 7930 3647
(free but booking advised due to capacity)
>>Video link on youtube
TALKING BOOK VENTRILOQUIST ACT
Aura Satz presents a Talking Book Ventriloquist Act, as part of Magic Show, a Hayward Touring Exhibition from the Southbank Centre,
curated by artist Jonathan Allen and writer Sally O'Reilly.
Using a bespoke low-tech record player hand-cranked inside a book, Aura performs a ventriloquist act in which she engages in conversation with her pre-recorded self, a monologue-dialogue which evokes a voice inside a voice, a presence summoned simultaneously from the past, the present and the silent inner self.
Sat 31 July 2010 7pm
Magic Cabaret night features performances by Brian Catling, Aura Satz, Ian Saville and Bedwyr Williams. Plus rare archival films and artists' videos.
Canton Cardiff CF5 1QE
Tel:+44(0)29 2031 1050
Talking Book Ventriloquist Act is also presented as part of Mikhail Karikis' 'Love Songs for Broken Machines'
Friday 22 October 2010 8pm
Hall One, Kings Place
This event is a spectacle of music and video bringing together the hitch and glitch of failed technologies with the humour and romance of love songs. Contemporary vocal trio juice present the English premiere of specially commissioned songs by leading composers and pop artists including Gavin Bryars, Micachu, Dai Fujikura, Phillip Neil Martin, Anna Meredith, Damien Harron, E.laine, Roxanna Panufnik, Errollyn Wallen and Jim Moray.
They are joined by Ensemble Scratch the Surface who feature, amongst others, an audiovisual performance for modified piano by pinaist extrodinaire Leon Michener, a (re)construction of hybrid pianos by 'better known as' aka Lemon Drizzle the alter egos of composer Claudia Moliter and pianist Sarah Nicolls and films by visual artist Aura Satz and collective Flat-e.
This event is curated by Mikhail Karikis with Conall Gleeson and juice. Love Songs is a new commission funded by Arts Council England.
90 York Way
London N1 9AG
Box Office on 020 7520 1490.