Madelaine Corbin is a multi-disciplinary artist living in Detroit, Michigan. Her practice earnestly endeavors to unearth the space between home and land, human and non-human, wild and managed landscapes, and the connection to one another through geographic distance. Corbin’s research-based practice moves between sculpture, installation, drawing, and bookmaking.
Corbin received her BFA from Oregon State University and is an MFA candidate at Cranbrook Academy of Art. Recent awards include the Haystack Mountain School of Crafts Stuart Thompson Fellowship, a merit scholarship bestowed by Cranbrook Academy of Art, and research funding from Oregon State University’s Sponenburgh Travel Award. She has exhibited work in California, Oregon, Michigan, Greece, and Italy. Her work was recently featured in the digital arts publication Collective Terrain out of Chicago, Illinois and Regular Style out of Missoula, Montana.