Aileen Corbett’s sculptural ceramic forms oscillate between art and architecture, figurative and minimal abstraction. Whilst employing a lively arrangement of clean lines and sharp angles, her work is largely inspired by the physical environment and the utilitarian architecture of lesser seen cities.
Maintaining a minimal aesthetic, Corbett is interested in the principles of order, balance and harmony whilst imbuing some of her works with a whimsical personality. Corbett studied at the School of Clay and Art in Melbourne under Shane Kent.
Corbett’s first exhibition Brutalist at KolbuszSpace in 2022 sold out.
Image by Pier Carthew