Sabrina Ratté — ALIQUID
Sabrina Ratté is a Canadian artist living in Paris, her practice is interested in the multiple manifestations of the digital image: analog video, 3D animation, photography, printing, sculpture, virtual reality and installation. The continual integration of new techniques formally supports themes that cross her works such as the psychological influence exerted by architecture and the digital environment on our perception of the world as well as the relationship we have with the virtual aspect of existence. She was nominated for the Sobey Prize for the Arts in 2019 and 2020. Her works have been presented internationally by several institutions including the Laforet Museum (Tokyo), the National Museum of Fine Arts of Quebec (Quebec), Thoma Foundation (Santa Fe) and the PHI Center (Montreal).
‘Aliquid’ is a single channel video where the electronic signal is manipulated digitally to materialize into synthetic flesh. Slowly landing onto a glass architecture, this undefined substance is torn apart by sharp edges and eventually disintegrates into particles that spread into the atmosphere.
Sabrina Ratté is a Canadian artist living in Paris, her practice is interested in the multiple manifestations of the digital image
Tokyo: 2020, 2019