Corinne Mynatt is an independent writer, curator, consultant and producer, covering transdisciplinary practices across art, design, architecture, food, and technology. Her work ranges from developing strategies and concepts across creative sectors, research, editorial, production, curating design, art and architecture commissions, and event programmes. She draws from her practical and theoretical experience in these disciplines and an international network of designers, artists, architects and strategic thinkers across the UK, Europe, and USA.

She has a particular interest in food and design as mediators of culture: her book Tools for Food: The stories behind objects that influence how and what we eat was published in autumn 2021, and in Japanese and Italian in 2022. She is a contributing writer to various design and culture magazines. Corinne is Film Producer for two architectural documentaries about Geoffrey Bawa and Jørn Utzon respectively, now screening at film festivals worldwide. She was convener of the Interspecies Future Symposium in Berlin, 2022; this research continues in the exploration of the ontological and technological turn towards the nonhuman world. 

Originally an artist who studied at Pratt Institute in New York and at Central St. Martin’s in London, Corinne then completed a Masters in Contextual Design at the Design Academy Eindhoven. After time as an independent designer & curator, she worked with the gallery of the Royal Institute of British Architects and a small design curating studio before freeing herself from the confines of employment to work on a freelance basis.

I: @corinne_mynatt & @tools_for_food