Sabrina Ratté lives and work between Montreal and Paris. After a BFA and MFA in Film Production at Concordia University in Montreal, she focused on video as a medium. Her interest in early video art led her to work with analog technologies such as video synthesizers and video feedback. Later on, she integrated 3D animation to her process, which allowed for more complexe imageries while creating a timeless aesthetic. From utopian architecture to painterly textures, she investigates the ambiguous line between the virtual and the physical realm. Her work includes single-channel videos, installations, sculptures, live performances and prints.
Radiances is a series of paintings in motion. Through a combination of animated 3D, video synthesis and digital manipulations, paint textures and organic forms emerge to create animated landscapes leaning towards abstract.