Bruno Pocheron

Bruno Pocheron (born 1968) studied visual arts in France, lives in Berlin.

He works internationally mostly as light designer, but also as technical director, set designer and sound designer.

He initiated, with Isabelle Schad and Ben Anderson, the collaborative framework Good Work, concerned with the representation and perception of the body onstage and in society.
He’s currently involved in stage projects with Apparatus (Berlin), Judith Depaule (Paris), Mette Edvardsen (Brussels), Alix Eynaudi (Wien), Anne Juren (Wien), Nikolina Komljenovic (Zagreb), Aline Landreau (Berlin), Martin Nachbar (Berlin), Isabelle Schad (Berlin) and Doris Uhlich (Wien).
He’s co-organizing Wiesenburghalle (Wiesen55 e.V.), a collective working space in Berlin-Wedding, and Gangplank, an open network of artists and designers focusing on inter-media communication, relations between technology and art, and cross-overs between the fields at play in contemporary performance-making.
He develops software interfaces in PureData and vvvv, allowing for a fluid communication between lights, sound and video and researches the dramaturgical impact of these elements.