London Hayward Project, United Kingdom
A new audiovisual installation focusing on ‘frequency hopping',
originally conceived by 1940s Hollywood star Hedy Lamarr and
composer George Antheil, that became the basis for today’s spread
spectrum technology used in wi-fi and other areas of communication.
Plus a talk with curator Stephanie Rosenthal (24 March,
3:30pm–4:30pm). London Hayward Project Space, 22 March–26 May.
Sound installation and film based on the Hollywood actress's
patented communication scrambler, 'frequency hopping'.
Watch a video extract of Satz's work
The Wire and Sound And Music will be
hosting the second Off The Page festival in February 2012. From
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Watch artist Aura Satz's film in homage to pioneering British
electronic music composer, Daphne Oram and her Oramics Machine.
View an excerpt of the film
Automamusic by Aura Satz, featured in an article by Philip
Clark in The Wire 319.
View an exclusive short film by Aura Satz
View footage from Sound Seam, Aura
Satz’s collaboration with Aleks Kolkowski, shown as part of the AV