Corinne – Outside In artist residency

Corinne, From 'A Bedtime Story' series, 2020.
Photograph courtesy the artist

Corinne’s distinctly dark and evocative self-portraits reflect her ongoing struggles with mental health. As she rarely leaves home, her work is created from the safety of her bedroom.

Her life and art have become inextricably entwined. Through her use of art as therapy, she is able to find a cathartic release.


Corinne is using her residency to explore the impact of the pandemic on mental health. Each week, she shares her work and experiences, posing a series of questions to an online audience who can respond anonymously through Survey Monkey. She will draw on these responses to create an installation in her bedroom, using her bedsheets, pillows and nightdress. Her progress will be revealed at a special online event on Saturday 8 May at 2pm when Corinne will also respond to questions. To book your place please, ‘click here’.




Outside In supports artists who face significant barriers to the art world due to heath, disability, isolation or social circumstances. The New Art Gallery has partnered with them to offer two online residency opportunities. Following open submission, the two artists selected for remote residences were Tess Radcliffe (15 February – 28 March) and Corinne (29 March – 9 May).


Both artists have been supported to create new work from home and shared their practices with online audiences. Each artist has received a fee, ongoing support from both organisations and a virtual studio visit from an external artist or curator.