Corrina Espinosa is a Denver based artist and curator who received her BFA in sculpture from Metro State University in Denver, and her MFA in integrated arts from the University of Colorado (CU) in Boulder. Her studio practice is focused on the merging of art and science through new media technology. She enjoys working with circuitry to create colorful light-up, interactive, and kinetic works of art. She is also an avid robot, glitch, video, and conceptual art enthusiast and experiments with a variety of new media. Stylistically her work ranges from dark and humorous to fun and whimsical. She enjoys poetry and literature which she often incorporates into her work. Corrina is a member of the Blow Things Up Lab in Boulder, has shown her work locally at a variety of venues including the Denver Art Museum, as well as internationally at venues in Barcelona and Bosnia. She is also an avid supporter of the arts and aims to improve and build-up the Denver art community. She spends most of her time in her art laboratory, Autonomous Soup, playing with electronics and laser cut components to animate paper dolls, generating computer animations, building random poetry generators or some other fun and unusual affair. When she’s not tinkering with crazy new inventions or engineering mechanisms to add life to paper creatures, she works as an adjunct instructor teaching digital art at CU.