Research Publications for Isabelle A Delmotte
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Delmotte, I. (2018). Audio and visual representations of neurological impairments: The case of epilepsy in movies. In 7th European Communication Conference: Centres and Peripheries: Communication, Research, Translation. Conference held in Lugano, Switzerland.
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. (2017). Epilepsy awareness and media professionals. In Epilepsy Awareness Month (Epilepsy Association of New Zealand), Hamilton, New Zealand.
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
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/?page_id=198
Delmotte, I. (2016). Examining experiential unbalance and the fuzziness of nature in the Soundtracks of Televised Wildlife Documentaries. In Revisiting Audiences: Reception, Identity, Technology. Conference held at University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand.
Delmotte, I. (2016). On the inner-perceived sound objects. Writing Around Sound, 3, 3-10. Retrieved from http://auricle.org.nz/
Delmotte, I. (2015). Freeing the imagination: 'the best movie is the one in my head'. Studies in Australasian Cinema, 9(2), 171-186. doi:10.1080/17503175.2015.1060002
Delmotte, I. A. (2015). Lions don’t always play cello: Locating ‘nature’ in thesoundscapes ofpopular wildlife documentaries. In Sound and the Screen Symposium. Conference held at University of West London, London, England.