The visual language of the artist Corinity shows a sensitive, deeply felt meta-world of feelings and of human existence. The mature dreamy pictorial gestures can be understood as the subjective microstructure of existence as women who understand how to convey narratives in an internalised manner through a vivid embodiment, applying a masterly technique without words. In its thematic content, the very personal style revolves around the innocent child’s world of a synaesthetically feeling artistic individual, a world that in many cases lastingly accompanies the artist. A quotation from Michel Foucault fits well here: “The strength of the artistic imagination in humans is at the joint between the soul and the body”.
Professor Hannes Baier