In this event at the Whitechapel Gallery, Aura Satz presents the UK première of Between the Bullet and the Hole, her latest short film which “examines the role of women in ballistic research, early computing and pattern perception in warfare.”
Image from Whitechappel Gallery
The main screening was the [UK] première of Between the Bullet and the Hole, but first, some of her earlier films were shown:
Onomatopoeic Alphabet (2010) 6 mins
Sound Seam (2010) 15 mins
Oramics: Atlantis Anew (2011) 7 mins
Doorway for Natalie Kalmus (2013) 9 mins
In and Out of Synch (2012) 20 mins
In addition to screening using the latest digital projection technology, one was projected using 16mm film. There is something about the sound of a film projector rattling away at the back of the auditorium, and the more analogue feel to the projection, that lends a certain quality to it.
After the screening, time for Aura Satz to speak about her films, and for a discussion with guests Morgan Quaintance (a London-based writer, musician, broadcaster and curator) and David Alan Grier (writer, author and speaker on issues of technology, society and organizations).
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