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Pascale Pollier-Green

Pascale’s work attempts to capture the point where art and science meld. An alchemist at heart, her work begins with observation and experimentation, and is steeped in solid scientific research and findings.
Her inspiration is drawn from observing the internal and external human body in all its diversity, life and nature in all its beauty, strength, fragility, disease, mortality, immortality and death. New technologies and philosophies, quantum physics, animatronics and robotics (AI) are amongst her interest and are important in her work.  Pascale constantly questions the nature of reality. What is this physical life?
To be in close proximity with death, emphasizes the feeling of being alive so she makes drawings, paintings and sculptures in wax and silicone, often inspired by dissection drawing workshops she organizes.  Making facial reconstructions on skulls,  studying the history of medicine and the art of alchemy is only naming a few of her many projects.

Art in public space (selection)

Flanders Arts Institute

Expertise centre for performing arts, music and visual arts.