Dr Isabelle I D Delmotte
Qualifications: PhD (S.C.U, Australia), MFA Research (U.N.S.W, Australia)
I am particularly interested in creative practices as research tools and vehicles for interdisciplinary collaborations. Both my academic and creative works have consistently examined human affective relationships with the self, media and environments. The concerns of my research practice are philosophical, ethnographic, educational and cultural.
I am currently leading two research projects.
“Locating nature in the soundscapes of popular wildlife and natural history documentaries” develops a phenomenological approach to cinema studies by focusing on the impacts of professional creative practices of soundmaking on film productions and audiences. It explores the influence of digital audio technology on the affective qualities of making nature documentaries and audience receptions associated with soundtracks of nature.
A second research project, “Falling on and off the screen: The electrical body in film productions“ aims to further knowledge on the cinematographic representations of neurological disorders.
I accept Masters supervision and PhD co-supervision and welcome interdisciplinary research projects and collaborations.
Arts and Language Education; Communication; Cultural Learning; Culture; Data mining; Digital Libraries; Ecology; Environment; Environment Issues; Film; Health; Screen and Media; Teaching and Learning
Creative Practice, Sonic Studies, Phenomenology, Sensory Ethnography, Cinema sound, Nature Documentary, Media Practices
- acoustic ecologies and sound studies
- film and documentary sound studies
- sensory ethnography
- soundscapes studies
- phenomenologies of professional practice
- neuroscience, and epilepsies
- interdisciplinary practices
Delmotte, I. (2017). The electrical body: Falling on and off the screen. In The NECS 2017 Conference: Sensibility & the Senses: Media, Bodies, Practices. Conference held at Université Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris.
Delmotte, I. A. (2017). The influences of sonic sensory awareness through the production and consumption of screened nature documentaries. Working Paper Series: Media, Film and Communication: Special Issue: Revisiting Audiences: Reception, Identity, Technology, 1-21. Retrieved from http://www.otago.ac.nz/
Delmotte, I. A. (2017). Losing sight of atmospheric sounds in televised nature documentary. The New Soundtrack, 7(1), 67-82. doi:10.3366/sound.2017.0097 Open Access version: hdl:https://hdl.handle.net/10289/111
Delmotte, I. A. (2016). Sight (in) audible (No. Of Pieces: 6 audio, 1 visual moving image, 1 script, soundtrack) [multi-media installation, audio, moving image and texts]. Creative Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand. Retrieved from http://www.inaudible-visions.net/
Creative Practices and Creative Technologies, Masters and Honours students
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