Sherre DeLys’ relational sound practice spans radio art and podcast, compositions and documentary soundscapes, collaborative sound sculpture and installation, and performance. Based in deep listening, her works are broadcast, performed and exhibited internationally- having received some of the world’s most respected audio art awards. Her arts practice led PhD research explores how mindfulness can assist artists to thrive in uncertain and borderless creative working processes, and builds on a Hemera Foundation Fellowship exploring the intersection of art and Dharma. She also teaches mindfulness to human centered design leaders and to people in cancer treatment and recovery and their careers.
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