In conversation with Fremantle built heritage: Felice Virani's Arcs D'Ellipses
In conversation with Fremantle built heritage: Felice Virani's Arcs D'Ellipses.
The Architect, Autumn / Winter, 62-68.
Felice Varini is a Paris-based Swiss artist who transforms urban spaces by fixing an impermanent paint-like foil to buildings, walls, streets and objects, creating a geometric form completely and coherently visible from only one vantage point. From other viewpoints only ‘fragments’ can be seen. The seemingly arbitrary yellow sections of Varini’s Arcs D’Ellipses formed the centrepiece of last year’s Fremantle’s High Tide Festival.
art, urban, interview, Felice Varini, “Arcs D’Ellipses”, Fremantle High Tide Festival, 2017, Australia