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Turn off the lights, click “full screen,” and immerse yourself in today’s trippy tribute to Throwback Thursday. Coming to you from a very recent DB, issue 17, Summer 2013, Sabrina Ratté’s “Station Balnéaire” is an audiovisual experience (complete with music by Roger Tellier-Craig) that demands you bask in its splendor once again.

“Images of the Almalfi Coast have been transformed by video feedback. The rigid transitions, inspired by early computer art, contrast with the aleatory movements of the electronic light.”

Sabrina Ratté is a visual artist out of Montreal with a focus on creating art through video. Most recently, her work was screened at the Baltimore Alternative Art Fair in July. More information about her pieces, including upcoming projects and releases, can be found on her website sabrinaratte.com or her blog at lands-of-dreams.tumblr.com.

Click the video above or this link to view “Station Balnéaire”

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Published Aug 07, 2014 - Comments Off

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