Charlotte Corini investigates spatial depth in her paintings and drawings. In her artworks, the viewer becomes aware of space as a series of layers--connecting with the atmosphere as they move through it; appreciating how the perception of proportion is altered from near to far; and noticing the way small changes can dramatically affect the geometry of an environment.
Corini's resources are her memory and abstract geometry. Memories are a mixture of the emotional, physical, and psychological elements of the experiences that created them. She uses visual impact of these memories--whether it is the shape and arrangement of the environment, the light, or the impact of the color--to investigate space relationships and organize her thoughts. Abstract geometry is represented in the imagination and by symbols.
Corini is based in Brooklyn, New York. She received an MFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art Rinehart School of Sculpture. She also holds a BFA from the University of the Arts, and a BA in Mathematics from the College of Notre Dame of Maryland. Corini has been an Artist-In-Residence at the Ragdale Foundation and the Poach Cove Foundation. Her works has been presented at numerous galleries and art spaces including the Brecht Forum in New York City.