Detailed Profile

Research Examiner Profile

Full Name
Martine Corompt
RMIT University
Area/s of expertise
Art (Visual/Interactive/Media), Interdisciplinary
Research Interests
Art Education, Drawing, Film & Video, Installation, Participatory, Visual Culture
About Me
Dr Martine Corompt is a lecturer and studio leader in the area of Time-based arts, School of Art RMIT. She teaches across first, second and third-year students, with a specific focus on moving image, animation, mixed media installation and collaborative practice. Since 1995 Martine has exhibited widely in individual and group exhibitions, locally, nationally and internationally including works such as Torrent exhibited at Contemporary Art Tasmania and the Centre for Contemporary Photography 2015 and Tide exhibited at Westspace gallery 2012. Subjects such as the reductive representation of bodies of water and the natural and unnatural landscape contributed to theme of her PhD research project titled: Cartoon and the Cult of Reduction completed at the VCA Melbourne University in 2017.
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Years Since PhD/Doctoral Completion
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Supervisions Completed
Animation, Installation, Interdisciplinary Practice, Intermedia, Video & Moving Image