Isabelle de Kleine is a cross disciplinary artist based in Melbourne, Australia.
Her work explores psychological mis-interpretation of information through painting and the moving image. Loosely tied around the psychological understanding of cognitive distortions; how glitches within one's perception become a reality, Isabelle creates fragmented portraits that allude to a sense of the deteriorated self.
Through modernist and contemporary references, Isabelle's portraits sit in perpetual state of change; alluding to a passing of time and action, yet never arriving at a point of conclusion. A stillness within the moving and a movement within the still.