Pierre-Laurent Cassière

Pierre-Laurent Cassière (b. 1982 in France, lives and works in London and Draguigan) focuses primarily on perceptive experiences related to motion and space. His installations often require strong attention, as they play with the limits of the senses. Influenced by various fields, such as media archaeology, architecture, physics, musicology or physiology, his artworks integrate light, sound and vibrations as visual and conceptual media, and blur the boundaries between minimal sculpture, noise music and experimental cinema.

He graduated from Villa Arson National Art School in Nice, France, in 2005. A guest student at the Academy of Media Arts (KHM) in Cologne, Germany the following year, he obtained an MA in Research in contemporary art theory from Liege University, Belgium. Since then, his work has been exhibited in institutions such as SMAK, Gent (BE), TENT, Rotterdam (NL), Thurn & Taxis Palace, Bregenz, (AT), Palais de Tokyo and Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris (FR), Paco das Artes, São Paulo (BR), Württembergischer Kunstverein, Stuttgart (DE), OCT Art & Design Gallery, Shanghai and Shenzhen (CN).