Designs and builds sound objects and installations (steel, plastic, water, magnetic fields,…). Presents them in exhibitions and solo performances since 1988 mostly in Holland, Germany, France and Belgium. 2011: Lydgallerie, Bergen ,Norway: "extended loudspeakers", On a pound in Hingene, Belgium: "floating drops" Multiple variations of the installation "extended drops"created in 2010 in a disused water tower in Berlin (Singuhr Hoer-Gallerie), then in Maastricht (stichting Intro), in Kortrijk, festival Klinkende stad (Belgium), in an old ice keller in Altenberge (Germany). Since 2004, on a river in Nerpelt (Belgium) "Houses of sounds" are part of a permanent collection of sound installations (Klanken bos). Since 2000, multiple variations of "extended loudspeakers" who traveled to Japan in 2004 (Gallerie Surge), were showed in parcs and forest (Château de Barbirey, France) and begijnof (Hasselt, Belgium). More details, descriptions, drawings, photos, videos and sound examples on www.pierre.berthet.be
Since march 2010, played "Galileo", a performance for 5 sounding pendulums by Tom johnson in Amsterdam, Metz, Brussels, Paris , Montpellier and Liège
Studied percussion with André Van Belle and Georges-Elie Octors. Improvisation with Garrett List. Composition with Frederic Rzewski. Music theory with Henri Pousseur.
Played percussion in Arnold Dreyblatt’s "Orchestra of excited strings" (C.D. "Animal magnetism", label Tzadik ; C.D. "The sound of one string", label Table of the elements).