Acclaimed French visual artist Olivier Ratsi brings to Bristol for the first time his large-scale work ‘Frame Perspective’. This work consists of a series of wood and LED frames, which experiment with natural perspectives, enhanced by an organic light composition - gently pulsating to feel like a breath or a wave.
Olivier Ratsi is a French visual artist, who lives and works in Paris, has toured his artwork all over the world. Ratsi’s work presents objective reality, time, space and matter as a series of intangible informative notions. Focusing on the experience of reality and its representations, as well as the perception of space, he conceives works that encourage the viewer to question his or her own interpretation of what is real.
Concept Design & Art Direction: Olivier Ratsi
Sound Design: Thomas Vaquié
Light Design Support & Technical Manager: Thomas Leblanc & Joan Giner
Craftmen: Joachim Correia & Sebastien Dumas
Producer: Julien Taïb
• The ground around the artwork is flat slabs of concrete. There are some cobbled areas in the streets leading to and from Millennium square.
• There is accessible parking in Millennium square car park.
• The nearest Accessible toilets are available by the planetarium inside We the Curious.
• There is a delicate sound installation
• The red LED lights of the frames gently pulsate on and off in a series of patterns.