Corey Dunlap's digitally rendered prints and sculptures explore the boundaries between object and body. Dunlap constructs seductive objects in luminous colors that appear to coil and wiggle under an invisible pressure. The objects resemble fluid bodily forms that exist only within a virtual realm Dunlap has produced with a digital modeling software.
Corey Dunlap (b. 1990) received his BFA from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in 2013 and is currently an MFA candidate at the University of California, San Diego. Recent solo exhibitions of his work have taken place at Helmuth Projects, San Diego (2017), How’s Howard?, Boston (2016), In The Pines Gallery, Jackson, WY (2015) and Howard Art Project, Boston (2014). He has participated in shows at the San Diego Art Institute, The Chazen Museum of Art, Embassy Galley, and The New Art Center. Corey is a recipient of the 2016 SMFA Traveling Fellowship, which allowed him to travel to Reykjavik, Iceland to attend the SIM International Artist Residency.