- sat 29 feb 2020_21:00
- sun 22 mar 2020_22:00
The project Anarchitecture breaks down and offers a new version of reality for our day-to-day urban environment. Using fragmented images and contrasting parts, Ratsi remakes our urban landscape through digitally processed photos.
This project considers objective reality, space and material as intangible concepts of information. With the help of photographic decomposition, Ratsi has created a split in this objective reality (that of large urban settings), thereby altering our perception of what is real.
These architectures of daily life seem both strange and familiar, near and yet far away.
By forcing people to question their ability to piece together what the artist has split apart, Ratsi provokes interactivity between the work of art and spectators, based on a mental exercise in visual reconstruction.
Curator : Juliette Bibasse