Ron Haselden (born 1944) is a British artist who splits his time between London and the French coastal town of Plouër-sur-Rance, in Brittany, France. He works with light, sound, film and video, often as part of architectural projects.
Frère Jacques (made in collaboration with Peter Cusack) combined a wall of light with children singing. In 1993 he created a twenty feet high new moon illuminating the front of the South London Gallery. Blue Passage (1999), made for the passageway between the South Bank and the BFI IMAX cinema in London, consists of 8000 blue LEDs sunk into the walls of the underpass. In 1994 his barometrically controlled light sculpture at Peckham Arch, London was completed which uplights the arch canopy from four tree-like light posts.
- Frère Jacques et autres pièces à Francis: Expositions. 1997. Saint-Fons', Ron Haselden, Saint-Fons, Centre d'Arts Plastiques, 1997, ISBN 2-9509357-2-9