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Pascal Dombis is a visual artist who works with excessive technological processes. Producing excessive repetitions of simple processes which create unpredictable, unstable and dynamic visual environments, he explores such fields as language, noise, control, irrationality and our contemporary digital-driven societies.

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Essays

Kay Heymer is the Head of Modern Art of Düsseldorf Stiftung Museum Kunstpalast.

Pascal Dombis’ Eurasia (2012) > pdf

Pascal Dombis’ Eurasia (2012, in german) > pdf

 

Christine Buci-Glucksmann is a Paris based art philosopher.
Le Passage de la Mode (2015)

A New Regime of Images (2012) > pdf

Time spirals: from the immemorial to the ephemeral (2009) > pdf

 

Giancarlo Pagliasso is a Turin based italian curator, art critic and theorist.

Pascal Dombis’ Gott ist Tot (2011)

Il Gott ist Tot di Pascal Dombis (in italian, 2011)

 

Patrick Amine is a Paris based curator, journalist and writer.

Towards an active perception of things (2011)

 

Henri-François Debailleux is a Paris based art critic, writing regularly in the newspaper « Liberation ».

States of the Line (2008)

 

Frank Popper is Professor Emeritus of Aesthetics and the Science of Art at the University of Paris VIII. He is the author of Origins and Development of Kinetic Art, Art of the Electronic Age and other influential works on art and technology.

From Technological to Virtual Art (extract), Frank Popper (2007)

 

Joseph Nechvatal is a New York and Paris based artist and art theoretician.

The Curvaceous Computational Paintings of Pascal Dombis (2005)

 

Blackhawk is a New York based critic and theorist involved with new media and digital art practice.

La Main de l’Homme (2004)

 

Statement / Interviews

Pascal Dombis notes on « Meta-Google » (2017)

 

Pascal Dombis statement « Irrational environments » (2004)

 

Interview realized for « Irrationnal Geometrics » at Galerie Municipale, Vitry, France (2008)

 

Interview realized for a show at Chateau de Linardie, France (2005)

 

« Going for a Spin » by Glen Watson, HK Gallery Guide, January 2010 > pdf