Isabelle Duverger is an award winning French interdisciplinary artist born in St Germain En Laye, France. She is a graduate of Estienne School of Art in graphic communications in Paris. She also has a Masters Degree in Arts Management from the Audencia Nantes, France and ASB, Aarhus, Denmark. She is the cofounder of Laia Cabrera & Co. created in 2010, andher expertise is in animation, videography and projection mapping, working between New York and Europe.
As an animator and projection mapping artist, she is currently working on an interactive public art video installation "The Now" launched October 2018 at the Port Authority Bus Terminal (Times Square, New York), she cosigned with Laia Cabrera "Self on the Shelf" (Spring Break Art Show 2018, as part of the Armory Arts Week, New York). For the past ten years, she has collaborated with her on the installation-performance "Aire", Tempietto di Bramante Roma, Italy, 2014, Art All Night Washington DC, 2015, Poughkeepsie, 2016, "St Jordi in New York", a projection mapping of the Facade of Deutsches Haus, 2017, "Untitled Mind", implemented as an indoor/outdoor video and sound installation in Nuit Blanche-Art All Night (Washington DC, 2013), City In Motion curated by Reebok Creative Lab (2014), a one-year video installation with Mapping for the Pop-Up Store Pikolinos in the Meatpacking district (NYC, 2013), the video-performance-concert "Walk-Pasa-Bouge" (New York - Brussels, 2009-2011), the installation-performances Claim Your Place (Centro Español NYC - Tournefeuille, France, 2010), "Shifting Gaze" (Spain Art Fest '10, Times Square, New York, 2010, Region Ø, King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center of NYU, 2011, Georgetown Glow, Washington DC, 2015) and "Resonant Streams" (The Value of Water series in the Cathedral Saint John The Divine, New York, 2011).
She is also working as projection mapping artist and illustrator/animator for theater plays such as "Trojan Women" by Euripides and "Prologue" by Maria Litvan (Jersey City Theater Center, 2018), the multimedia plays Sincronizada by Mar Gómez Glez (Teatro Del Canal, Festival Talent Madrid Finalist, 2016, MicroTeatro, Madrid, Spain, 2017), Mapping Mobius (La Mama Theater, NYC, 2010), Road to Happiness (Austrian Cultural Forum, NYC, 2011), Garden of Delights" (Theater for the New City, NYC, 2012), Cosmicomics, by Italo Calvino (Dixon Place, NYC, 2014), La Jaula Bajo El Trapo (King Juan Carlos Center of NYU, NYC, 2008), Playing Equality (NYC, 2009 and Valencia, Spain, 2010), Night by Charles Mee, (Theater For the New City, NYC, 2015), Ronensbourgh by Beatriz Cabur (IATI theater, NYC, 2015), Emilie by Radegund Hain (TNC, 2015), Else & Henry by Puy Navarro (Espacio Inestable, Valencia, Spain, 2017), The Nutcracker (Nimbus Dance Works, Jersey City, 2018).
She recently created the short animated film “Distance to the Moon” written by Italo Calvino, a docu-animation for the Center for Popular Democracy (2017), the opening and closing credits of the feature film "White Alligator" (2012), animations for the short film "Is there an edge of Belief?" (Jaen Femenino, Spain 2009 - Biennale of Art of Venezuela, Merida, 2010) and the music video "All I Wanna Do" by Erica Glyn.
Isabelle Duverger is a three-time New York Innovative Theater Awards nominee for Outstanding Innovative Design (Projection Design, Video-Art and Animations) in 2015 for "Night" at the Theater for the New City, in 2014 for "Cosmicomics" at Dixon Place, and in 2013 for "Garden of Delights" at the Theater for the New City, 2013, and 2015 NYIT award winner for "Night" Outstanding Performance Art Production with the New Stage Theatre Company. She is also the recipient of the AVA 2013 and Telly Awards 2013 for Outstanding Animation, Bronze Telly Awards 2014 for Outstanding Art Direction and Silver Telly 2016 (highest distinction) for Outstanding Directing.
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