Pascale Barret is situated between Brussels, Europe and the Internet. After her studies in Architectural Environment Management, she pursued a series of workshops in Fine Arts, Performance and Digital Arts, and obtained a Master’s Degree (Diplôme National Supérieur d’Etude Plastique) in 2008. In 2010, she contributed to the VIRAGE research platform by developping new interfaces and was awarded the Interactive Screen 1.0: Beautiful Lives Scholarship Intensive at the Banff New Media Institute with curator Daniel Canty.
Pascale is currently a member of the Interactive Media Art Laboratory (iMAL), a center for digital cultures and technology, and a participant in the Body Intimacy Network, a networked project initiated by Mutin for research into digital bodies. Her work has been exhibited in several European artistic institutions.