Over Pascale Lefebvre

Wie is Pascale Levebvre

Pascale is a multidisciplinary visual artist who graduated from the Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam in 2016.

Pascale is een multidisciplinaire visual artist, die in 2016 afstudeeerde aan de Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam.

Pascale has a strong relationship with music and sound in her work (and in her life).

One of her works, a 13 meters long sound design graphic, “Manifesto”, was exhibited at the museum for modern art (COBRA museum) in Amsterdam in 2017.
She also inspired the write, poet and Punk-Rock icon Patty Smith who bought from her one of her successful etchings in 2018 entitled “Liberté”: a work that also combines words, sound-frequency lines and poetry.

Pascale plays piano and was a 2time first prize winner of the concours Nerini in Paris at the ages of 10 and 12 years old.

It’s interesting to report that she also has a love for traditional techniques in
painting such as oil painting, tempera or batik techniques on silk.

In these art works her artistic development constantly shows the importance of the body’s perception in the result.