Corinne de San Jose

Bio

Corinne de San Jose (b. 1977, Bacolod, Philippines; lives and works in Manila, Philippines) is an award-winning film sound designer and multidisciplinary artist, whose works deal predominantly in the photographic realm. Her images, whether animated or static, are heavily anchored in processes of time – fluid, malleable, and experiential. There is both a self-reflexively sculptural and performative aspect to de San Jose’s work as she documents varieties of alteration through her recurring subjects, such as the female body, whilst analysing how it changes them. De San Jose’s visual aesthetic is principally impacted by sound. Specifically, silence in relation to noise as she orchestrates pieces that boast quietude in an increasingly deafening world. Furthermore, the temporal and rhythmic idea of repetition, incorporating visual grids as a method to manage and organise time and progressions in storytelling.

De San Jose has presented several solo shows in Silverlens, the most recent of which is Little Blue Window in July 2020. De San Jose is a respected sound designer, with multiple awards in her career.

Corinne de San Jose (b. 1977, Bacolod, Philippines; lives and works in Manila, Philippines) is an award-winning film sound designer and multidisciplinary artist, whose works deal predominantly in the photographic realm. Her images, whether animated or static, are heavily anchored in processes of time – fluid, malleable, and experiential. There is both a self-reflexively sculptural and performative aspect to de San Jose’s work as she documents varieties of alteration through her recurring subjects, such as the female body, whilst analysing how it changes them. De San Jose’s visual aesthetic is principally impacted by sound. Specifically, silence in relation to noise as she orchestrates pieces that boast quietude in an increasingly deafening world. Furthermore, the temporal and rhythmic idea of repetition, incorporating visual grids as a method to manage and organise time and progressions in storytelling.

De San Jose has presented several solo shows in Silverlens, the most recent of which is Little Blue Window in July 2020. De San Jose is a respected sound designer, with multiple awards in her career.

1440 in 24
2009
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1440 pieces, archival inkjet prints
8.3h x 5.7w cm (each)
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Vase Without Daisies and Poppies
2012
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archival inkjet print
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New Pair 03
2013
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archival inkjet print and origami
39.76h x 39.76w x 2.99d in • 101h x 101w x 7.60d cm
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Untitled A
2015
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video
(00:06:40 min. loop)
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Landscape (Daytime) option 1 - Water
2015
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inkjet print on Hahnemühle Photo rag® Bright White 310 gsm paper
30h x 60w in • 76.20h x 152.40w cm
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Vanitas (Omnibus) Versions 1 to 25
2015
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inkjet print on Hahnemühle Photo rag® Bright White 310 gsm paper
12h x 16w in • 30.5h x 40.6w cm (each)
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Slide 10
2017
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metal leaf on inkjet print on Tecco canvas
24h x 36w in • 60.96h x 91.44w cm
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59.59
2019
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118 transistor radios, 2 fm transmitters broadcasting, 2 9-hour loop of field recordings
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56 Days
2020
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56 cyanotype prints on cold press watercolor paper, (varying paper grades 200-300gsm)
56.69h x 93.90w in • 144h x 238.50w cm (framed)
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