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About Isabelle Delmotte

Isabelle Delmotte holds a MFA by Research (UNSW) and a practice-based PhD Research at Southern Cross University.
Her MFA academic research and creative practice focused on the notion of consciousness. As an art practice and phenomenological enquiry, 'Epileptograph: the Internal Journey' became a valuable inter-cultural communication tool and an interdisciplinary vehicle (Art/ Health/ Science). As one of the first projects of its kind in Australia (1992) this academic research and its associated art practice contributed to open collaborations between artists and scientists while developing experimental use of then very 'new technologies'. Exhibitions and public events of this specific project were held nationally and internationally between 1992 and 1999.

Her PhD research and its artistic componnt examined the relationships between acoustic ecologies and cinema sound design. The research's unique methodology makes it a cross-pollination tool able to reach diverse audiences thus generating an alternative approach to acoustic ecologies and sound awareness.The exhibition of this resulting creative collaborations, entitled 'Inaudible Visions, Oscillating Silences', is designed to take audiences on a sensory journey that ignites visual imagination, auditory perceptions and bodily sensations.
website: www.inaudible-visions.net


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