‘Delphine has acted in a pivotal role at several of the Design Museum’s recent experimental public events. Her diligence towards detail combined with creative flair and expansive imagination have been led to inspirational public interactions. The Design Museum continues to wish to work with her, and we are pleased that she has been able to commit to programming workshop activities within the David Adjaye Urban Africa exhibition’.
Michael Czerwinski, Learning Manager Design Museum, 2010
‘Delphine Perrot has a fresh and exciting approach to deisgn. She works on a wide range of engaging and interactive projects crossing over and pushing her design ideas into a varity of environments. I’m interested in her flexible and creative approach to public spaces and her use of new technology and new media.
As a programmer I’m always on the lookout for artists with tthe ability to engage with different audiences, spaces and environments in new, creative and interesting ways. So I will be following Delphine with interest and looking for possible ways to collaborate in the future!’
Adrian Shaw, Late At Tate Britain Programmer, 2009
‘In 2008 I jointly curated the group exhibition Nothing Works as part of London Open House and the London Design Festival. Delphine was one of the artists invited to take part in the show. She created a series of posters and a site-specific installation, which directly engaged with the title of the exhibition. The works required audiences to participate with her piece, and in turn, subvert and deconstruct the meaning of her work.
Delphine’s work continues to recontextualize the use of everyday advertising within a contemporary society of mass communication. More recently her practice has developed, incorporating live media and outdoor installations. This has been marked with a more collaborative approach, working with other artists, filmmakers, and designers. This is both a critical and exciting turn within her practice. Furthermore, Delphine is committed to an ongoing international dialogue – embracing a cross-cultural dialogue is key to her practice.’
Amanprit Sandhu, assistant curator at Liverpool Bienale 2010
‘Delphine is wonderful to work with! She is always full of imaginative and quirky ideas and incredibly professional in all aspects of her work. I have curated exhibitions where her ambitious interactive art projects have been a central discussion point of the show, and now as she is designing my new website and brand identity, I feel confident that her creative ‘je ne sait quoi!’ will propel the organisation forward. She is also so full of energy and charisma that you can’t help but smile in her presence.’
Chelsey Brown, Shift Arts director, 2013
‘I have worked with Delphine on a number of occasions now and every time she produces engaging, graphically powerful and thought provoking work. People love how they can interact with it and add their voice to the work’.
Hege Sæbjørnsen, curator of ‘Affluenza’ group show, 2013
‘Delphine Perrot worked with me at ‘Madness Hotel’ as an artist in residence to develop an installation and performance: ‘Ode to reality’. She also participated in public interventions as well as in our workshops with our theater group. Delphine is dedicated, attentive, delicate, and caring. She showed very strong sensitivity while opening a dialogue with the actors and residents of the hospital. She is exemplary in the project of developing international exchanges with high-quality professionals both in a technical and human sense. It is with pleasure that I give Delphine’s highest recommendation so that she can develop her research on painting and education in the context of our fragile contemporary society’.
Vitor Pordeus, co-creator of Hotel Madness and Spa, the popular University for Art and Science, 2015