With a passion for text, communication & poetry, Delphine Perrot deploys techniques used in common commercial advertising (historical and typographical) to re-appropriate well-known and iconic slogans and messages in unexpected situations through surprising, entertaining, and opening new possibilities and performances. These works and messages manifest themselves in different contexts and diverse places, often being poetical and whimsical. The viewer is asked to look at things afresh, draw our attention to them, and in some cases, viewers are invited to change their meaning.
Perrot also facilitates workshops with institutions, organisations, non-profits, private groups and individuals using a range of mediums and techniques covering screen-prints, banners, projections, ink, paint and illustrations.
Delphine Perrot was born in Marseille, France, where she lives and works. She has a BA in Graphic Design and Visual Communications (add more if necessary) from ESAA Duperré, and an MA in Graphic Design from ENSAAMA Olivier de Serres. Recent solo exhibitions have been held at The Madness Hotel (2014) and Notting Hill Arts Club (2012).
Advocating for Mental health
Perrot’s work and practice are at the crossroads of Creativity, Education, and Health with a local, national and global approach. She often works in collaboration with Dr. Tamara Russell as well as Dr. Vitor Pordeus on topics linked to the importance of care, compassion and global mental health.
- Ode to reality
- Madness Hotel
- Mobile projections
- Nothing works
- Late night at the Design Museum
- Why Festival
- Design Festival / V&A
- United Nation Call
- Shift Art Solo exhibition