Korinna McRobert

Korinna McRobert is an artist who works with performance, video and installation. She graduated from the University for the Creative Arts, Maidstone and has collaborated with DAD on a number of projects since she was a student, including Watermark (2010), where she worked as part of the film crew for filming the documentary and later produced a short for the BBC Big Screen in Dover. She later took part in the War & Peace programme, with a residency and the production of her longer film ReFraming (2012). Her Arts Council England funded first solo project ASHA (2013) was also supported by DAD through a residency, giving it a performance platform in Dover. Her film work, including her first short Breaking and Entering (2009), has been screened at film festivals and organised screenings in the USA, Canada, UK, Cyprus, South Africa, India and online. She currently lives in Berlin and has expanded her practice by undertaking a Masters in Childhood Studies and Children’s Rights, trying to bridge the gaps between sociology, geography, media and art. Her practice remains based on autobiography and the body. Since moving from the UK in 2014 has taken part in a number of group shows, including the Planet Art Exhibition at the Kühlhaus in Berlin, sponsored by the environmental organisation NABU and curated by Marianne Kapfer whom she met in Dover while making the film Watermark.