Corrina Goutos

Corrina Goutos is an artist working in jewelry, objects and installation. Having coined the term Anthrosmithing to describe her neo-material practice, Corrina expertly de- and reconstructs post-consumer objects, elevating them with skilled craftsmanship adapted from her background as a goldsmith. Corinna’s future artifacts tell a story of mankind from achievements to decadence. Pre-industrial handicraft mingles with superfluous mass-produced objects, thereby questioning modern value systems in a time where reassessment is more urgent than ever.

Working to breakdown the hierarchy of man and material, Corrina's interdisciplinary practice is considerate to the political ecology of human and non-human materials. Here, beloved and forgotten objects mingle and co-create, be it by the agency of the artist or by nature herself. Corrina celebrates our intimate relationship with such vibrant matter by contextualizing it on the body that it may continue to fulfill our instinctual human desire to archive our very transient human experience on earth.

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