Pascale Barret is a Brussels based visual & performing artist. She plays with tangible and virtual media, science and history to address issues of identity. She combines and distorts practices with the growing awareness that technology tends to transform our perception of self and Others. Since 2003, installations, performances, virtual and interactive creations have been the primary expressions of her solo and collaborative work, in flesh as well as on line. Pascale shares her research by taking part of readings, lectures, jurys, residencies and workshops. She also works with labs on specific projects (LIMSI-CNRS, LARAS, iMAL). In addition to her researches on protocols for performance and persistent worlds, Pascale Barret is curator for Cyberperformance and Machinima. In 2010, Pascale was laureate of the Banff Center (Ca.) for the Interactive Screen Beautiful Lives seminar. She's a graduate of Bruno Latour’s Science-Po Experimental Arts & Politics program.
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