Corinne Spencer, Workspace 2023-2024


Corinne Spencer is a Brooklyn-based artist working at the intersection of video, photography, and installation. She received her BFA from Massachusetts College of Art and Design in 2010 and attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in 2014. Her work has been performed and exhibited throughout the US, including a 2015 city-commissioned installation of her ongoing video work, HUNGER in Boston, MA, an exhibition with Samson Projects at NADA NY (New York, NY, 2016), Root Shock, a three person exhibition at Brandeis University (Waltham, MA, 2019), a two person show, Shanna Maurizi & Corinne Spencer, at La MaMa, La Galleria (New York, NY, 2019), and a solo exhibition, Splendor, at the University of Rochester (Rochester, NY, 2022) among others. Corinne is the recipient of several grants, awards, and fellowships including the Franklin Furnace Fund Award, two Foundation for Contemporary Arts grants, the MacDowell Fellowship, the Constance Saltonstall Foundation Fellowship, and an ongoing art residency with the Meerkat Media Collective, a renowned filmmaking group based in Brooklyn, NY.

Her most recent solo exhibition, At The Threshold, exploring the relationship between Black women, the natural landscape, and spiritual awakening opened as part of Cornell University’s Migrations Initiative (Ithaca, NY) in 2023.