Nelly-Ève Rajotte: VIHR
Ephemeral spaces, translucent, placid. Nelly-Ève Rajotte breaks through the digital oblong!
NELLY-ÈVE RAJOTTE (CA): VIHR [04:03 min, 2006]
Architectural elements, rain, passers-by on an esplanade – all overlap and intersect against a musical excerpt from Brian Eno’s «Music for Airports».
NELLY-EVE RAJOTTE (b. 1975, Drummondville, Canada) > With a bachelor’s degree in art history from UQAM, and a second BFA and MFA from the École des arts visuels et médiatiques (UQAM), Nelly-Ève Rajotte joined Perte de Signal in 2003. Her work is geared toward single channel digital video and installation. She explores a sensory investigation that aims to render an environment at once visual and aural. Her work has been shown in Quebec (at Mutek, at the Society for Arts and Technology, at Fonderie Darling, and at the International Festival of Films on Art, in Montreal), in Mexico, in Germany, and in France.