Pascal Auger (b. 1955) is a French film and video artist. Auger attended Deleuze's seminars from 1975-1987, first at the University of Vincennes, and then at Saint-Denis, from 1975 to 1987. He was a lecturer at Saint-Denis from 1980 to 1982, and then worked with Deleuze on the concept of l'espace quelconque [any-space-whatever], which Deleuze was developing in the seminars for The Movement-Image.
In 1991, he was awarded a prize at the Madrid Contemporary Art Fair (ARCO). In 1996, he was awarded a prize at Villa Kujoyama in Japan, where he met the writer Jean-Philippe Toussaint and the Spanish composer José Manuel López López, with whom he would collaborate several times, including the 2020 piece, La trace for Clarinet Quartet, four amplifiers and video.
From 1975 onwards, Auger made "experimental" films, influenced by American structural cinema. In 1977, he participated in Melba4, an avant-garde film magazine. In 1996, he turned to video art and made documentaries on artists such as the poet Michel Bulteau, the writers Dominique Noguez and Jean-Philippe Toussaint, and the dancer Didier Théron.
Auger discusses his work with Deleuze and the experience of attending Deleuze's seminars in a 2011 interview with Nicolas Rousseau (here, in French).