APEngine talks Spiritualism, technology fetishism and bones with Aura Satz, whose film Sound Seam is nearing completion and will premiere at Newcastle’s AV Festival in March this year. Aura Satz is an artist and writer who has taught at the Slade, Central Saint Martin’s, and the History of Art Department of UCL. She’s written extensively on sculpture and performance, and published essays on topics ranging from tableaux vivants, iconoclasm and automata to phantom limbs. She has also performed, exhibited and screened her work nationally and internationally at spaces such as FACT (Liverpool), Site Gallery (Sheffield), Galleria Civica di Arte Contemporanea di Trento (Italy), Whitechapel Gallery and the Victoria & Albert Museum (London). Check out an exclusive clip of Sound Seam here: apengine.org/2009/11/sound-seam/

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