Pascal Dombis (born in 1965, lives and works in Paris) is a visual artist working with excessive technological processes. Through the production of excessive repetitions of simple processes, the artist creates unpredictable, unstable and dynamic visual environments, and explores such fields as language, noise, control, irrationality and every other aspect of our contemporary digital-driven societies. His work has been exhibited as part of numerous personal and collective exhibitions in France – among other at the Palais-Royal, Galerie RX, Maison Populaire, Galerie Pascal Jannsens, Fondation EDF and Fondation Vasarely, as well as abroad at the Espace Orenga de Gaffory-Patrimonio in Corsica, at the Stiftung Bartels Foundation in Basel, at the Galerie Pascal Janssens in Gand, at the Holly Hunt in New York, at the TZR Galerie in Düsseldorf, at the Art Plural Gallery of Singapore, in Madrid at the Galerìa Odalys, at the Stadtische Galerie of Villingen-Schwenningen and also at the Perth Cultural Center and the REYGUN Art Project in Australia.