As an artist, I created technology-inspired multimedia installations, exhibiting work at the Brooklyn Museum and the MUDAM, among other venues.


Solo Museum Exhibitions

In these solo museum exhibitions, I created large-scale, site specific, three-dimensional art works--including videos and holograms--for the viewer to experience. Read more >

  • Random Access at COCA

    Mc Taggart, Tom. Reflex, Seattle, August/September, 1994

  • Commuters

    Santa Barbara Museum at UCSB, January 16- February 24, 1991.

    Multimedia installation.

  • Brooklyn Museum Installation

    Crash! Art Implants Reject Emotions (C.A.I.R.E. 93)

    Solo exhibition of Patrice Caire at the Brooklyn Museum, New York.
    Organizing department: Contemporary art.

    Multi Media installation.

  • Storyboard image

    Cyberhead… Am I Really Existing? (C.A.I.R.E. 94)

    Solo exhibition at the San Francisco Center for the Arts, Yerba Buena, April 12 – June 12, 1994.

    Virtual Reality installation and fully immersive interactive fly through Caire’s head reconstructed from Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI).

  • Film Screenshot of first frame

    Compressed Adventures Inhibiting Robotic Emotions (C.A.I.R.E. 93)

    One-minute 16mm film animation conceived and directed by Patrice Caire.
    Cell animation: Peter Wallach. Original music: Pierre Vasseur.

  • Scenic Views II

    Multimedia installation. De Saisset Museum, Santa Clara, April 13 – May 24, 1991


Solo Gallery Exhibitions

When invited by a gallery to do a solo exhibition, I created these art installations specifically for the particular gallery space. Walking through this space, each viewer experienced the show as a whole, or with particular attention to each art work. The art installations included three-dimensional art works, using old techniques and new technologies, such as holograms and Virtual Reality. Read more >

  • The Red Bar

    New York, 1983

  • Galerie Appel & Fertsch

    Frankfurt, 1980

  • R.H. Oosterom Gallery

    New York, 1980

  • Artists Space

    New York, 1980

  • The Millenium Film Center

    New York, 1978

  • Galerie Hanussek

    Frankfurt, 1978


Group Exhibitions

I also took part to group exhibitions in museums, galleries and festivals. Typically, these shows are organised by one or more curator(s) to explore a specific theme. Most of the time, curators choose the art piece, or group of artworks, they want to include in the show. Read more >

  • One Minute

    Film and video World Festival, Sao Paulo,1993

  • In the Blind Spot of Reason

    6th International Video and TV Festival, Montbeliard, 1992

  • The Milky Way

    Shoshana Wayne Gallery, Santa Monica ( 1989

  • The Human Form, the Spiritual Vision

    Alex. Wood Gallery, New York, 1987

  • Ronald Feldman Gallery

    New York, 1985

  • Leila Taghinia-Milani Gallery

    New York, 1984


Press Coverage

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  • Lessons of Modesty

    BRTN (National Belgium Television). 90 minutes documentary by Stefaan Decostere, Spring 1995

  • Cyberhead

    ABC – Channel 7, Evening News. Live coverage of the opening at the Center for the Arts, by Dan Kerman, April 12, 1994

  • Frontier of Technology

    Paradesa, 90 minutes laser disc, 1994

  • Cyberhead…

    KQED – Fog City Radio. Patrice Caire as Today’s Guest interviewed by Marilyn Pittman, 1994

  • Cyberhead

    KRON – Prime Bay TV. By Henry Tennenbaum, July 14, 1994

  • Cyberhead

    NBC – Channel 4, Evening news. By H. Tennenbaum, May 4, 1994


Patrice is available for writing and speaking engagements, art exhibitions and curation.