PIXEL is a french multidisciplinary and multi-shaped artistic collective whose global approach decompartmentalizes disciplines and publics through contextualized site specific works, fed by a continuous reflection on urbanity, public spaces, territories and their inhabitants.
Both cultural structure and art in public space company, PIXEL develops since 1998 a global project of wareness to the urban fact, the architecture and the territories. PIXEL works operate in constant interaction with the cultural and social field, mixing disciplines : arts in public space / visual and plastic actions / scenography / audiovisual, documentary and multimedia creation/ live performances …
PIXEL  is installed since 2001 in Marseille, at la Friche Belle de Mai. Since 2009, the structure have also developed its project on rural territories by the opening of a place of work and residence : Quartier Général in Busséol (Auvergne / France).
PIXEL  invents, implements and sustains devices.
The artistic work of PIXEL is based on several basic principles :
> Experimenting public spaces in the broadest sense, including areas of speaking, medias, manufacturing of image, architecture …
> Questioning the living environments in all their dimensions, opening avenues for reflection on the territory (urban / rural), landscapes, humanities (philosophy, anthropology …).
> Producing a contextualized creation : as the architecture project, each new creation remains different from previous ones and fits the physical and the social contexts in which it participates.
> Placing transdisciplinarity, decompartmentalization, artistic encounter, human exchanges, conviviality, transmission and experimentation in the heart of the creative process.
Pixel  works reclaim registration to some situationist and relational aesthetics.
Pixel  did projects in France, Spain, Southern Korea, Egypt, Liban, Tunisia, Greece, Moldavia and Romania
As an experimental laboratory of research by action on our frames of living, Pixel  also operates in the creation of its own intervention contexts in France and abroad.