Pascal Marcel Dreier is an artist and academic researcher working on more-than-human geographies in relation to the agro-industrial complex and popular aesthetic phenomena. 


“If, however, one avoids the linear, progressive, Time’s-(killing)-arrow mode of the Techno-Heroic, and redefines technology and science as primarily cultural carrier bag rather than weapon of domination, one pleasant side effect is that science fiction can be seen as a far less rigid, narrow field, not necessarily Promethean or apocalyptic at all, and in fact less a mythological genre than a realistic one.
It is a strange realism, but it is a strange reality.”

URSULA LE GUIN, The Carrier Bag Theory of Fiction

Pascal Marcel Dreier is an artist and academic researcher based in London and Cologne. He focuses on art and (artistic) research in environmental matters. He does so by exploring the boundaries of art practice and artistic research as well as by contributing to academic discourse through peer-reviewed articles, conferences, workshops, and teaching.

Dreier received an MFA with distinction from the Academy of Media Arts in Cologne and continued his research at the MA in Art & Ecology at Goldsmiths, University of London with a scholarship from the German National Academic Foundation.


Dreier is co-founder and director of TRACES — Studio for Creative Investigation gGmbH, which is based in Berlin. He is a fellow of the Multispecies Studio at the Academy of Media Arts Cologne, a member of Minding Animals Germany and the German Society for Media Studies (Gesellschaft für Medienwissenschaften). 

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