Caitilin de Bérigny

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  • ISEA2017

    Caitilin de Berigny, Design Lab, University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia. Dr Caitilin de Bérigny is a Senior Lecturer and Researcher in Design at the University of Sydney. She is a an author, artist, advocate for the homeless, and the Indigenous Advisor for Sydney University. Caitilin is leading the Health & Creativity Node at the Charles Perkins Centre. The node examines ways that design, art and music contribute to pubic health. She is a member of the Sydney Environment Institute. In 2016-2018, she was awarded an ARC grant ($433,000) in collaboration with the Australian National Museum and Natural History Museum in New York. Caitilin has been awarded grants, exhibited and published widely internationally. She was awarded scholarships to study at prestigious institutions: École des Beaux-Arts in Paris, and Marseille. She has lived and worked internationally in Paris, France and in Seattle in the USA.


    Caitilin de Bérigny, AU, is an artist and researcher in the Design Lab, University of Sydney. She has studied, lived and worked in Paris and Marseille in France and as an international filmmaker based in the United States. Her experimental artworks address crucial social, cultural and environmental issues. She has led major cross‑disciplinary research projects including: InterANTARCTICA and Reefs on the Edge.


Last Known Location:

  • Australia

Previous Location(s):

  • Marseille

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