Corinne Felgate’s practice examines our relationship to luxury, power, failure, sexuality and industry through the exploration of everyday objects.
Recently her research has focused specifically on our cultural and physiological relationship to production and industry in the digital age. It has involved the rekindling or reworking of pre-industrial processes, and setting up low-fi production systems.
Born in 1984 in the UK, Corinne studied at The Slade and later completed a MA in Sculpture at Wimbledon College of Art in 2008. Numerous organisations including ArtsAdmin, Tate Modern, Maison de la Culture, Amiens, The National Gallery and The British Ceramics Biennial have commissioned her work. She has also exhibited and performed with institutions including David Roberts Art Foundation (London), Camden Arts Centre (London), Oriel Sycharth (Wales), Palazzo Grassi (Italy) and Inhotim (Brazil). Her work is in numerous private and public collections including that of acclaimed artist Yinka Shonibare MBE (RA).