(credits: left:  Tatiana Takáčová  / right: Sujin Seo)

Studio Korinsky was founded in 2012 in Berlin by twin brothers Carlo Korinsky and Abel Korinsky. The work is in between science, technology, and art. A significant aspect of their current technical and artistic research is about the Starlink satellite system. This artistic research includes space ownership, data security, military and warfare implications, and the management of space debris. This artistic research on satellites has laid the foundation for a series of works that are expanding into the areas of drones, artificial intelligence, and automated systems. Another focus is on working with the real-time data of seismic activity and the dynamic changes in landscapes. The majority of their projects are developed and shaped by the integration of AI, motorization, robotics, and coding, emphasizing a synthesis of artistic expression and technological innovation. Their interdisciplinary approach strongly connected to collaborations with professionals from diverse fields, including scientists from FRIB (Facility for Rare Isotope Beams), Korean Marine Research Institution, as well as mechanics and engineers (art & tech) and researchers from various disciplines.

They were recipients of the S+T+ARTS ReSilence research and production grant of the European Union 2024, MSU Arts Power Up Residency (of the Michigan State University with the FRIB (Facility for Rare Isotope Beams), cultural exchange stipends of the federal state of Germany 2022, zer01ne Hyundai Motor Group Fellowship 2022,  stipend of the Musikfonds Berlin, BBK Association of Artists Berlin 2022/ 2023, among others.

Studio Korinsky has presented artistic activities in museums, festivals, and galleries internationally such as Ars Electronica (AT), ISEA – International Symposium on Electronic Arts (CA, FR, UAE), Biennal Internacional d’Andorra (AD), Llum BCN (ES), CerModern (TR), zer01ne Hyundai Motor Group (KR), Art & Tech Days / Košice (SK), Centre for Fine Arts Brussels – BOZAR, Brussels (BE), Experimenta Biennial (AU), among others.