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, nanotechnology, animatronics are amongst her interest and are important in her work.
A Belgian National, Pascale studied fine art and Painting at St Lucas art school in Ghent, Belgium, and subsequently a postgraduate training with the Medical Artists Association, London UK. She was co-founder and president of BIOMAB (Biological and Medical Art in Belgium) and now in the role of scientific advisor to Biomab’s study programme (ARS) Art Researches Science , she is curating and organising exhibitions, dissection drawing classes, collaborative art/science projects, symposiums and conferences. In 2015 she became co founder and president of the non profit organisation ARSIC “Art Researches Science International Collaborations , an international collective where Art and Science become entangled. This interdisciplinary association unites artists, scientists and those with a passion for the synergy between Art and Science, Technology and Philosophy. ARSIC pursues several goals. Organising and curating SciArt exhibitions, conferences and collaborative projects, supporting the publication of articles, books and films. Pascale was an external examiner for the medical art course at The Centre for Anatomy & Human Identification, University of Dundee, is now external examiner for the MA Art in Science at the Liverpool John Moores University .
Pascale is currently President of AEIMS (Association Europeenes des Illustrateurs Medicaux et Scientifiques). lives and works in London as a self-employed artist; artem-medicalis.