Adele Wilkes is an artist, filmmaker, researcher and PhD candidate in the School of Art at RMIT. Her practice encompasses moving image, sound, photography, projection, and installation, with a focus on expanded, experimental, poetic, and hybrid modes of documentary and cinematic storytelling. Her current work explores psychedelic plants, visionary states, ecological consciousness, and our relationship with the more-than-human.

Adele’s work has been exhibited, screened, published, and broadcast around the world, and transmitted into deep space, by organisations including Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI), Channels Festival, Aphids, Sydney Contemporary, ABC TV, Magnum Photos, Mona Foma, Liquid Architecture, Museum of Brisbane, The Hellenic Museum, Bunjil Place, Monash Gallery of Art, National Portrait Gallery, un Magazine, Composite: Moving Image Agency and Media Bank, Buxton Contemporary, and film festivals in the UK, US, and Europe.

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