About

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Kyle Sattler is a New Zealand born multimedia artist, musician, and producer who was educated at the Quay School of the Arts in Whanganui, New Zealand (BFA 1999) and Wintec in Hamilton New Zealand (MA distinction 2018).

Sattler is currently employed as a visual arts and creative technologies tutor on the Bachelor of Creative Industries Degree, at Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology, in Tauranga, New Zealand. Teaching across a broad range of methodologies including, but not limited to, Photography, Drawing, Painting, Printmaking, Installation Art, Sculpture, Moving Image, and Sound Art.

In all media approaches, there is an underlying investigation of ontological themes and the study of the metaphysical. His (video-based) works look at the influence of rhythm and flow on human experience, reflecting upon the ‘real present’ within the intuitive nature of the sphere of our effective action (Bergson/Deleuze/Csikszentmihalyi). Sattler’s recent installation artworks have focused primarily on sound and video using any number of semi-autonomous systems working incommensurably to mimic the aleatoric nature of our privileged human instants.

Sattler’s current musical project, ‘We Will Ride Fast’, described as ‘Dystopian Art Rock’, blends a multitude of varying visual and sonic processes where the boundaries between the worlds of art and music are deliberately blurred. We Will Ride Fast will release their 3rd full-length studio album in late 2020.

Education/Qualifications:
MA (distinction). Waikato Institute of Technology. Hamilton. 2017-2018
BFA. Quay School for the Arts. Whanganui. 1999.
Certificate in Fine Arts, Whanganui polytechnic, 1993 – 1995.

Selected Exhibitions and Artist Talks.

Solo:
2018. ‘Navel of the Water’. The Zeus Gallery, Tauranga
2018. ‘Accidental Opus’, Ramp Gallery, WINTEC, Hamilton
2014. ‘The deconstruction and re-invention of an artistic framework’, Artist talk, Morrinsville Arts festival.
2014. ‘Eternal Cycle of Renewal’, Morrinsville Wallace Art gallery, Morrinsville.
2014. ‘Endings are Beginnings’, AV Gallery, Wallace Arts Trust, Pah Homestead, Auckland.
2009. ‘Paintings’. Satellite Gallery, Auckland.
2006. ‘Wooden Pictish Circle’, (Environmental sculpture), Brook common, Surrey, England
2002. Mainstreet Calendar. Auction and floor talk. Whanganui
2002. ‘Superstring’, Installation. Temple gallery. Whanganui.
2001. Riverside artists open studio. Whanganui.
1997. ‘Igoy’. Red-eye cafe, Whanganui.

Group:

2020. ‘Backfeed Blender’, Multimedia group performance, Pop up gallery, Tauranga CBD, New Zealand.
2020. ‘Stitch Up’, Annual BCI staff showcase, TOIT M Block Gallery, Tauranga, New Zealand
2019. ‘Collaboration with Graeme Cornwall’, Peoples Gallery, Historic Village, Tauranga, New Zealand.
2019. ‘Iteration’, TOIT research symposium, TOIT M Block Gallery, Tauranga, New Zealand.
2019. ‘Matarere’, ITP Research symposium, EIT, Napier, New Zealand.
2018. ‘National Contemporary Art Award, Waikato Museum, Hamilton, New Zealand
2017. ‘AOT’, Art of Technology, Goddard center, Tauranga
2016. ‘Omission’, Project Room, Tauranga.
2016. ‘Nothing comes from nothing’, Calder and Lawson Gallery, Waikato University, Hamilton.
2015. ‘Diversion’, The Project Room, Tauranga.
2015. ‘Sketchy’, Cross Street Gallery, Newton, Auckland. (Auckland Art Week)
2015. ‘Nothing comes from nothing’, Zeus Gallery, Tauranga.
2015. ‘National Contemporary Art Award, Waikato Museum, Hamilton.
2014. ‘It’s not the size that counts’, Zeus Gallery, Tauranga.
2014. ‘Black Riders’, (Auckland Art Week), Cross Street Gallery, Auckland.
2014. ‘AKA Collective, KeScape’, Gallerie on Chapel Street, Tauranga.
2014. ‘Matariki on the waterfront festival’. Auckland.
2013. ‘Open’. 4 Cross st gallery, Auckland.
2013 – 2014. Wallace art awards, 2013, Exhibition of Winners, and Finalists. Auckland, Porirua, and Morrinsville.
2013. ‘Matariki on the waterfront festival’. Auckland.
2013. ‘Skin 2’. Morrinsville Wallace Art gallery, Morrinsville.
2011. ‘Real’ New Zealand art show, Whanganui.
2010. Wallace art awards, ‘Salon de refuse’, Auckland.
2007. ‘Not so common’, 4 Cross Street Gallery, Auckland.
2004, 2002. North Shore City Art Awards. Mairangi Bay Auckland.
2002. Group Show. Depot Artspace. Devonport, Auckland.
2002. ‘V3’. Rip Shit and Bust fashion gallery. Auckland.
2002. On Painting. Point Zero. Whanganui.
2001. Images of reality. One Eye Gallery. Paekakariki.
2001. Exhibition with Ben King. Icandi Gallery. Whanganui.
2001. House of Art. Whanganui.
2000. Icandi Gallery. Whanganui.
2000. 10 Year anniversary show. Whanganui Community Art center.
1996 – 2000. Telecom regional art awards finalist’s exhibition. Sargent Gallery. Whanganui.
1999. Great eye dears. One Eye Gallery. Paekakariki.
1999. The Temple. Old Masonic Lodge. Whanganui.
1999. Zealot. Fourth-year graduation exhibition. Quay School of the Arts. Whanganui.
1999. Nagaizumi Culture Festival. Nagaizumi City library. Japan.
1994 – 1999. The Wanganui Arts review. Sargent Gallery. Whanganui.
1998. One Eye Gallery. Paekakariki.
1998. The One Eye Gallery artists show. Wallace Trust Gallery. Auckland.
1998. ‘V’ Taylor Jensen Gallery. Palmerston North.
1998. ‘V’ Wanganui Community Arts center. Whanganui.
1997. Aldente. Mairangi Bay arts center. Mairangi Bay.
1997. Norsewear art awards. Civic center. Waipukarau.
1996. Saucier. Pyromania. Tauranga.
1996. Sauce. Artworkz. Tauranga.
1995. Art Exhibition. James Smiths Building. Wellington.
1995. SH. James Smith Building. Wellington.
1994. ‘V’ Seven Gallery. Whanganui.

Commissions:

2019. Paint effects, Auckland, New Zealand.
2019. Portrait(s), Tauranga/Auckland
2017. Laser-cut design and formatting, Tauranga.
2014. Mural, Auckland.
2012. Flower painting, Auckland.
2012. Mural, central Auckland.
2011. Vaulted ceiling fresco, Auckland.
2011. Wall mural, Auckland.
2009. Family Portrait. Tauranga.
2009. A landscape for a cellar wall, Auckland.
2008. Portrait. Tauranga.
2008. Vaulted ceiling fresco. Auckland.
2005. Interior mural. Auckland.
2003 – 2005. Head artist, ‘Artifications Interiors’, Auckland.
2003. Trompe’ Loeil. Tauranga.
2002. 2003 Mainstreet Whanganui calendar. (8 works)
1999 – 2001. Windows on Whanganui painting project. (15 Temporary public artworks)
2001. Portrait commission. Tauranga.
2001. Designed and built 3 parade floats. Whanganui.
2001. Muralist. Wanganui district council.
2000 – 2002. Four private commissions to reproduce photographs as drawings. Whanganui.
2000. Rendering Artist. Kowhai Park, Whanganui.
1999. Mural. Whanganui.

Bands and music publication:

Goddog 1993-1994
Frayden 1994 – 2010
Pit, Sorry to disappoint you music 1997/ FCOH 013 2011
Fight cave or hole, Sorry to disappoint you music 1996/FCOH 001 2009
Daydream, FCOH 074 2014
Ditchqueen, Sorry to disappoint you music, 2000/ FCOH 002 2009
The infamous and back from the grave, Sorry to disappoint you music 2001/FCOH 003 2009
You are nothing, Sorry to disappoint you music 2002/FCOH 004 2009
DC EP, 2007
Ghost Crash, FCOH 005 2009
I live on the moon EP, FCOH 063 2014
Jupiter 1998 – 2001
Jupiter 2000, Jupiter Music 2001
Taken from your Avenue, Jupiter Music 2007
Insignificance – 2000 – 2002
Seedy Burners 1999 – 2004
Party, Seedemusic 001 2000
The Sexual Arousal EP, Seedemusic 002 2000/ FCOH 082
Wet Fish EP, Seedemusic 003 2001/FCOH 47
Your Shoes EP, Seedemusic 004 2002/FCOH 049
Seedy Burners, Seedemusic 005 2003/FCOH 097
Kingdom of Sons EP, Seedemusic 006 2004/FCOH 087
Seedy Stuff, Seedemusic 007 2007/FCOH 090
Last Known Recordings, Seedemusic 008 2013/FCOH 0102
Live at KAT, Seedemusic 009/FCOH 070 2014
Maniac cop 2003 – 2005
The Queens Birthday 2000 – 2015
Volume 1, FCOH 070/ Seedemusic 2000
Search Communication, FCOH 072/ Seedemusic 2001
Volume 2, FCOH 095/ Seedemusic 2002
The Blue Album, FCOH 075/ Seedemusic 2004
Drift EP, Seedemusic 2007
New Demons, FCOH 091/ Seedemusic 2008
2025-2026x, FCOH 080 2010
Worlds Internal, FCOH 078 2013
A house full of dead flies, FCOH 054 2014
Drain the colours EP, FCOH 085 2014
Dawn of the Sun, 0104 FCOH 2015
Remixes, 2015
The Bennies 2006 – 2008
We Will Ride Fast 2015 – on going
We will ride fast, FCOH 0116 2015
Blood from our human stone EP, FCOH 0118 2017
Time to let the spaceships land (single) FCOH 0129 2018
The Maelstrom, FCOH 0128 2019
With invisible motion (single), FCOH 0127 2019
Sabre tooth EP, FCOH 0130 2019
The Weeds (single), FCOH 0131 2020
Understanding (single), FCOH 0132 2020

Publications:

2019. ‘Enlighten’ research publication. TOIT, Tauranga.
2019. ‘Matarere’ catalogue, ITP Research symposium, EIT, Napier, New Zealand.
2018. ‘Navel of the Water’, catalogue (incl lyrics).
2018. National Contemporary Art Award catalogue.
2017. Indie music album reviews, DivideandConquer.com, for ‘Blood from our Human Stone EP’, by We Will Ride Fast.
2017. Interview, Art of technology website
2015. ‘Diversion catalogue’.
2015. ‘Review’, Peter Dornauf, Eye contact.com
2015. National Contemporary Art Award catalogue.
2014. AKA Collective, Exhibition catalogue and website.
2014. Photo gallery, ‘Eternal Cycle of renewal’, Morrinsville Art Gallery, Website.
2014. Imagery, Auckland Art Week, website.
2014. Article/feature, Piako Post, Print and website.
2014. Feature, ‘Endings Are Beginnings’, Wallace Arts Trust website.
2013. Catalogue, 22nd Wallace Art Awards.
2013. ‘Feature’ in Dwell Asia, Print and online.
2013- ongoing ‘Vimeo’, Online video site.
2012. ‘Urbis’, August issue.
2012. ‘Interior’, Issue 4, June – July.
2010 – Ongoing ‘Bandcamp’, online music publishing. Various groups (Frayden, The Queens Birthday, Jupiter, Seede burners, FCOH records), multiple entries.
2009. Art news, spring issue.
2008 – ongoing, Kylesattler.com (Website)
2009. Big Idea (Website)
2009. Satellite gallery (Website)
2003. Mainstreet Wanganui Calendar.
2001. Wanganui Chronicle. ‘House of art show’
2001. Wanganui Chronicle. ‘Colourful art’.
2001. Wanganui Chronicle. ‘Images of Wanganui’.
2000. Wanganui Chronicle. ‘Window painting’
1999. Wanganui Chronicle. ‘Room with a view’.
1998. ‘Muster’, Compilation CD.
1997. Wanganui Chronicle. Awards photo.
1996. ‘Soft Adventure’, Compilation CD.
1996. Bay of Plenty Times. Exhibition feature.
1991. Bay of Plenty Times. Awards photo.

Awards/Achievements:

2018. Winner NCAA, People’s choice award.
2018. Finalist, National Contemporary Art Awards, Hamilton.
2015. Finalist, National Contemporary Art Awards, Hamilton.
2013. Finalist, Wallace Art Awards, Auckland.
2004. Factory frames merit award, Mairangi Art awards.
1996 – 2000. Commended, Telecom Art awards.
1997. Winner, Schizophrenia art awards. Whanganui.
1991. Winner, Disaster poster award, Tauranga.

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