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Aura Satz’s “Listen, Recalibrate”

FRIDMAN GALLERY, New York

View of Aura Satz’s Preemptive Listening (Part 1: The Fork in the Road) at Fridman Gallery, New York, 2018.
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Genevieve Yue

On the night of July 16, 2006, Mazen Kerbaj stood on a balcony in Beirut as Israeli Air Force bombs fell in the distance. He picked up his trumpet and played along to the ominous pops, some louder than others. Starry Night (2006), the composition that resulted, asks the unanswerable... continue reading
Aura Satz, Doorway for Natalie Kalmus, 2013.
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Morgan Quaintance

Joan of Arc in flames, women and technological innovation, and the retinal quirks of color perception—there is a complex swirl of ideas and images in the current exhibition by London-based artist Aura Satz at Paradise Row. Collectively, they present a kind of shadowy gestalt, using the cover of darkness to... continue reading

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