AURA SATZ

Born in Barcelona, Spain (1974). Lives and works in London.

 

Aura Satz works in film, sound, performance and sculpture, in order to conceptualize a distributed, expanded and shared notion of voice. She explores various sound technologies, and ways in which these might resist standardization, generating new soundscapes, and in turn new forms of listening.  In her investigations of the history of media and the continuous advancements in technology, she often examines the understated role of female figures in technological and scientific fields. 

Satz’s solo exhibitions and performances include Fridman Gallery, New York (2018); Dallas Contemporary, US (2016); John Hansard Gallery, Southampton, UK (2015); George Eastman Museum, Rochester NY (2015); Gallery 44, Toronto (2014); Tate Modern, London (2012); and Wellcome Collection, London (2010). Her work has also been featured in many group exhibitions, including Kunsthal Rotterdam, Rotterdam (2019); High Line Art, New York (2018); InterCommunication Center, Tokyo (2017–2018); Lentos Museum, Linz, Austria (2017–2018); IMMA, Dublin (2017); The Sydney Biennale, Sydney (2016); Hayward Gallery, London (2014-15); and Baltic, Newcastle (2014). Her films have screened at multiple international film festivals and museums such as MoMA (NY), SFMOMA, (San Francisco), Tate Britain (London), Whitechapel Gallery (London), and many more.

Satz was a recipient of the Henry Moore Post-Doctoral Sculpture Fellowship, hosted at the Slade School of Fine Art, London (2002–2005). In 2012, she was shortlisted for the Samsung Art+ Award and the Jarman Award. She has also participated in several residencies, including the Leverhulme Artist’s Residency, University of Southampton (2015–2016). 

Satz has been a reader and tutor at the Royal College of Art, London since 2014. She holds a practice/theory PhD degree from the Slade School of Fine Art (2002). 

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Press

Robert Elms Interviews Jim Matthews, John O'Shea, and Aura Satz

BBC Sounds

July 17, 2019

Voices: Aura Satz

Interalia Magazine

July 16, 2019

Between Signal and Noise: The Feminist Soundscapes of Aura Satz

The Quietus

June 23, 2019

 

Dark Matter, 95% of the Universe is Missing' Review

Strand Magazine

June 11, 2019

 

Artists Take On Dark Matter At Science Gallery London

Forbes

June 11, 2019

 

Aura Satz

Art Forum

February 1, 2019

 

Aura Satz’s “Listen, Recalibrate”

Art Agenda

December 12, 2018

Lis Rhodes and Aura Satz

Mousse Magazine

April 8, 2016

Aura Satz: 'I think of all my works as conversations'

Studio International

January 21, 2016

Aura Satz

Artforum

January 18, 2016

1000 Words: Aura Satz

Artforum

February 2015

Inside the Dial-Tone Inspired Sound Art Exhibits of Aura Satz

Creators

December 10, 2014

 
 
 

Order the Listen, Recalibrate catalog

Fridman Gallery published Listen, Recalibrate on the occasion of Aura Satz' second exhibition with the gallery. This illustrated catalog features essays by David Crowley, Christoph Cox, and Barbara London. 

Order the Her Marks, A Measure catalog

Fridman Gallery published Her Marks, A Measure on the occasion of Aura Satz' first exhibition with the gallery. This illustrated catalog features essays by exhibition curator Justine Ludwig, Erika Balsom and Omar Kholeif. 

Aura Satz' The Wail that was Warning (2018)

Listen to the harmonies and overtones produced by Satz' sound sculpture, The Wail that was Warning – constructed from five, hand-crank sirens daisy-chained together, each tuned to a different frequency.

 

Aura Satz' Her Marks, A Measure (2016)

View works from the artist's first solo exhibition with the gallery, Her Marks, A Measure – including installation views of Flickering Between the Bullet and the Hole and Her Luminous Distance, as well as a video excerpt of Satz' film Between the Bullet and the Hole. 

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