Born in Paris in 1987, Marc Ippon de Ronda lives between France and Japan.
He questions space, time and movement through the creation of lights sculptures and abstract installations. He is fascinated by human perception and the physical and symbolic properties of lights. His work plays around the concepts of visual distortion and the limits between the visible and the invisible, the relative tangibility of reality.
Space and light become matter and medium to his work.
Alongside his artistic production he has worked on immersive stage designs as well as digital art experiences as creative director of ATO Studio.
Fragments, Burning Man Honoraria, Nevada, USA, 2019
Sweet Harmony, Saatchi Gallery, London, 2019
Centre Georges Pompidou, 2017-2018
Royal College of Music, London, 2015
Institut Français, Tokyo, 2015
Wheather Festival, Le Bourget, 2014
Brume, Galerie Episodique Paris, 2014
Circle of Light, Moscow, 2013
Movement Festival, Torino, 2013
Galerie Nikki Marquart, 2013
Time Warp, Manheim 2012