Born in Châtel-St-Denis (Switzerland) in 1987, Pamina de Coulon currently lives and studies in Brussels.
After a compulsory education where she had to learn the harsh laws of life and social relations, in 2007 she began a Bachelor of Arts in Fine Arts at the Geneva University of Art and Design (HEAD). Through the work of Yan Duyvendak, she understood that she could do whatever she wanted in art. She then chose the art/action option at HEAD. Under the teaching of Yan Duyvendak, Christophe Kihm, Josep-Maria Martin, Lina Saneh and many others, this option gave her the opportunity to put into practice, to study in depth and to reflect on the relationships between art and action.
In June 2010, Pamina graduated with her play "Celle qui attend (les pieds sur terre et la lumière tamisée)".
In July 2010 she began working/assisting Antoine Defoort on the play "Eyes Open Eyes Closed Eyes Open Eyes Closed Eyes Open Eyes Closed" (presented at the Grand Duke Jean Museum of Modern Art (MUDAM) of Luxembourg in October 2010). Since then, Antoine Defoort continues to be her mutant friend, mentor and severe critic, both in work and in life.
In January 2011, Pamina de Coulon began a residency at L'L and started her first phase of research that has led to today's "Si j'apprends à pécher, je mangerai toute ma vie".