video by Aura Satz, 2017

philosopher johnny golding ruminates on a formative childhood experience, when her father brought home an early prototype of night vision he was working on for the american military »project eyeglass«. shot using corrupted night-vision footage, the film explores johnny’s interest in quantum physics, entanglement and her philosophy of radical matter.

aura satz is an artist and writer and holds a phd from the slade school of fine art. she has performed, exhibited and screened her work nationally and internationally, including fact, liverpool; site gallery, sheffield; galleria civica di arte contemporanea di trento, italy; de la warr pavilion, bexhill-on-sea; the zentrum paul klee, switzerland; av festival, newcastle; whitechapel gallery, the victoria & albert museum, barbican art gallery, ica, jerwood space, tate britain, beaconsfield gallery and artprojx space, london. during 2009-2010 she was artist-in-residence at the ear institute, ucl. in 2010 she had solo shows at the wellcome collection, london and vivid, birmingham and she was recentl shortlisted for the samsung art prize

video still by aura satz