Isabelle Inghilleri is a French/Norwegian artist working mainly with painting and installationart. Inghilleri has her education from several art schools including The Royal Collage of Art in London. She has also worked with videopainting for Open Gallery, which is a London based TV company.
Inghilleri`s work generally addresses issues of alienation and isolation between spaces and living creatures, spaces that seem to take on their own dark character. The work often has a dreamlike, nightmarish quality to it, where a person's relationship to nature seems strained. This uncomfortable and psychological darkness creates uneasiness in the viewer. The recurring use of taxidermy animals questions our need to collect and to archive our surroundings.
Inghilleri also works with environmetal issues through her art, adressing pollution and how we treat our planet and the animals living around us.