Journal of Sonic Studies, volume 6, nr. 1 (January 2014)Isabelle Delmotte: TUNED IN AND HANDS ON: SOUND DESIGNERS BEYOND TECHNICAL EXPERTISE
1 All participants gave consent for their soundtracks, interviews and correspondence to be part of the study data. Their bibliography and credentials can be accessed at this address: http://www.inaudible-visions.net/?page_id=30
2 For copyright reasons the soundtracks created by cinema sound professionals for this particular study cannot be accessed online. Their use is exclusively reserved for conference presentations and artistic exhibitions.
3 The script written by Roger Monk can be accessed online through the visioning of a short audio-visual piece that amalgamate some elements of the exhibition "Inaudible Visions, Oscillating Silences".
Isabelle Delmotte is a practicing artist; her multi-media installations have been exhibited internationally. Her academic enquiries and their artistic incarnations have generated alternative approaches to sensory awareness."Epileptograph: the Internal Journey" became a valuable interdisciplinary vehicle linking the domains of art, health and science through explorations of the notion of consciousness. Isabelle's latest academic research and its artistic component focus on environmental sound awareness. "Inaudible Visions, Oscillating Silences" uses the practice of cinema sound design as a vehicle to interrogate contemporary notions of silences, acoustic ecologies, health and cultural practices. Isabelle holds a Master of Fine Arts by Research (University of NSW, Australia) and a PhD in Media Studies from Southern Cross University (NSW, Australia). Website: http:// www.inaudible-visions.net