Sabrina Ratté

Sabrina Ratté

Sabrina Ratté illustrates oppositions between utopia and dystopia, exploring both figuration and, its contrary, abstraction. Her work involves single-channel videos, installations, sculptures, live performances, and prints. From utopian architecture to painterly textures, the artist investigates the ambiguous line between virtual and physical realms.

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Her creative journey started with early video art, allowing her to explore analog technologies such as video synthesizers and video feedback. She then integrated 3D animation to her process, which made it possible to create more complex imageries that conveyed a timeless aesthetic.

Sabrina Ratté (Canadian, born 1982 – ) lives and work between Montreal and Paris. After a BFA and MFA in Film Production at Concordia University in Montreal, she focused solely on video as a media. Her exhibitions are of international reach with shows at the Dolby Gallery (San Francisco), the Young Project Gallery (Los Angeles), the Whitney Museum of Art (NYC), the Chronus Art Center (Shanghai), the Museum of the Moving Image (New York) and the International Digital Arts Biennal of Bian (Montreal).

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Domestic Landscape

2017

12’000 Tokens / Still Image • Video • AR

Capture d’écran 2017-12-13 à 15.32.00

Winter Garden

2016

12’000 Tokens / Still Image •  Video • AR

Waterfall

2016

12’000 Tokens / Still Image • Video • AR

Escales 

2015 – 2016

17’000 Tokens / Still Image • Video

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Escales 1

Escales 2

Escales

Sound by Roger Tellier-Craig

Brise Soleil

2015

12’000 Tokens / Video • Still Image

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