Pascal Broccolichi

Lives and works in France

Pascal Broccolichi has long explored the boundaries between sound and vision. Developed within several different disciplines, his works find their source in an approach focused on listening and, more specifically, in sound envisaged as a vocabulary of forms which lend themselves to the creation of installations. As a framework for his research, the artist has developed a network of multiple environments connected by ongoing relationships between one work and the next. By scattering the customary principles of certain acoustic laws and their fields of technological application around the exhibition art space, Pascal Broccolichi coordinates the typology of sounds with our capabilities for perception.
He records imperceptible frequencies by means of various instruments (microphone, seismograph, radio telescope, radio receiver), where the sound environment is becoming a deep score. Among its more important projects, he occupied in 2005 La nef, of capcMusée of Bordeaux with Dial-O-Map 25 and took a part in Spy numbers, Palais de Tokyo, Paris.

Table d'Harmonie

Sound installation. Black corindon powder, 16 coaxial high-speakers, DVD players, mix tables, amplifiers. Dimensions variable and unspecified listening time

Visualizing Sound

Representations of Sound in Contemporary Creation

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  • 33203 Gijón (Asturias)
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