Sabrina Ratté


With Floralia, Sabrina Ratté is continuing her exploration of the materiality of the digital and what it can convey as content in evoking uncertain worlds and evasive and fluid universes. With this VR work she is generating a sort of digital sublime that questions our relationship to the tangible world. Drawing inspiration, among other things, from the writings of Donna Haraway (Staying with the Trouble), Greg Egan for the virtual aspect, Ursula Le Guin and Bruno Latour, she focuses on questions pertaining to Virtual Reality and speaks of an ecosystem in which the interrelation between technology and nature becomes a temporal entanglement that intermingles the past, present and future.