Corinne Rose is working as an artist, curator and psychologist based in Berlin. She studied psychology at the Freie Universität Berlin where she received her Ph.D. in 2006. Originating from microanalytic research and unconscious communication processes, her practical work examines the interaction of psychology with urban space and architecture. Rose employs video and photography in projects that meld fine arts, music, and science. Exploring buildings, interiors, urban spaces, and landscapes by creating portraits of specific locations and their contexts, she focuses on investigating different forms of human interaction with public and private space.
She is currently leading the coordination of the temporary art space SCHAUSTELLE of the Pinakothek der Moderne in Munich, worked as a Lab Team Member of the BMW Guggenheim Lab in Berlin and teaches at the Y-Institute for Transdisciplinarity at the Hochschule der Künste Bern, being focused on the intersections between psychology, architecture, and art.