French visual artist and co-founder of Antivj, Olivier Ratsi’s creative process considers objective reality, time, space and matter as intangible elements of information and uses these notions through installations that aim to question our perception of space.
Part of the Echolyse project, Onion Skin is a visually immersive, hypnotic work that creates a fictional, three-dimensional environment using perspective mapping, with a score composed by fellow Antivj artist Thomas Vaquié.
“A trippy video installation that’ll melt your optic nerves… the best thing you can do to understand Olivier Ratsi’s new audio-visual project is to watch it.” The Wire
Sonica takes place across Glasgow from 29 Oct – 8 Nov with a programme dedicated to world-class visual sonic arts, presenting emerging British talent alongside exceptional international artists from Australia, Belgium, Brazil, China, France, Indonesia, Netherlands and Québec.
Concept, visual design: Olivier Ratsi
Music: Thomas Vaquié
Producer: Nicolas Boritch
Noon - 8pm daily
Sun 8 Nov: noon - 5pm