Karine Falleni is a visual artist interested in the experience of the moment. More specifically, the work is a documentation of her movement within the boundaries of structural indoor spaces. She records the body's immediate, momentary reaction to architectural structures and questions how much of that movement might really be led by the physical space itself. Using the mark to represent these recordings, Falleni's work ranges from site-specific installations to works on paper each representing drawings in space.

After completing her undergraduate studies at the School of Visual Arts in NYC, Falleni moved to Tucson, Arizona and spent time living in the desert honing her practice before returning to New York to pursue her Master of Fine Arts at Stony Brook University. She is a recipient of the Goldberger Award and Dorothy L. Pieper Award. Falleni has exhibited nationally as well as internationally, including the Islip Art Museum, Tucson Museum of Art and MOCA Tucson. In summer of 2019 she was invited and hosted at the Hua Quan Art Village in Hua Quan, China. 

 

Falleni currently lives in New York with her husband and twelve year old son. 

 

 

 

 

 

2010 - present

2010 - present