Pascale Fournier is a french artist born in the USA. She studied History and Archeology at the University of Nanterre Paris X.
Attracted by the theater, Pascale Fournier approaches the scenography through her collaboration with the scenographer Philippe Kerbrat: creation of sets and costumes at the Paris Opera, at the Théâtre de Paris, at the Comédie Française and at the Odeon.
As a costumes creator, she has been known for her predilection at contemporary works, especially the creations of Yasmina Reza: Conversation after a funeral (1987 Théâtre de la Villette), The Winter Crossing (1990 Cado d'Orléans - Rond Point Theater) ART (1994 Comédie des Champs-Élysées) Three versions of life (2000 Antoine Theater). As well as her long collaboration with the director Patrice Kerbrat: Tabarro (Paris Opera 1982) Paillasse (Paris Opera 1982) Father (French Comedy) A French Heart (Comedy Champs Elysées) Long travel into the night (Théâtre de Paris Madeleine) Uncle Vania (Antoine Theater).
It was at the beginning of the 90's that Pascale Fournier began a career as a plastic artist and as a costume designer. She reaches perfection in her technique by the side of a large group of artists around her.
As a Historian, the artist draws with happiness the origins of Western culture: Egyptian, Greco-Roman, Etruscan, Celtic and Romanesque. Her sources of inspiration increases all along her travels and discoveries. South America, Africa and Mexico. She is currently working on installations that combine visuals, music and sounds as part of her company "Archéologies du Futur", which she created in 2016.
Pascale Fournier uses the potential of ceramic materials. She is developing a method that is her own, mixing traditional sculpture and modeling, pouring or stamping in molds, and software sculpture. This method allows her great freedom of expression for the realization of single pieces or small series.
She exhibits in France and abroad.