Zu Gast in Wien: Corinna Falusi „Does a sausage need a worldview?“
Corinna war langjährige Kreativchefin von Mother und Ogilvy in New York. Im Anschluss findet unsere Vernissage „Design and Environment“ statt, die Arbeiten zeigt, die in Kooperation mit der China Academy of Art Hangzhou entstanden sind.
Corinna was fortunate to grow up close to the Bavarian Alps, and equally fortunate to move away. Since then, she has lived and worked in Germany, the Netherlands and the US.
Her work has convinced people to read entire pieces of literature on Instagram stories (Insta Novels), made advertising drinkable for Coca Cola, got „the Dude“ to drink Stella Artois during the Superbowl, had a soccer ball kicked around the world for Heineken, and brought Tarjay to target and DING DING DING to Dave & Busters.
Her flag for The Refugee Nation has been acquired by the permanent collection of the MOMA as well as the prestigious Victoria & Albert Museum and Design Museum in London.
Corinna started her career at Jung von Matt in Germany, followed by a decade at StrawberryFrog in Amsterdam and New York before spending 5 years at Ogilvy&Mather NY,where she was named CCO.
For the last 6 years Corinna was CCO and partner at Mother in New York, where she grew Mother’s U.S. business and footprint, helping expand to Los Angeles and to integrate Media by Mother and Mother Design. Corinna also led big brand work for Stella Artois, Target, Dave & Busters and the NY Public Library. Under her creative leadership Mother was named Independent Agency of the Year in the US in 2020.
Corinna has been featured in Adweek’s Creative top 50, was invited to speak at The 3% Conference, and serves on the D&AD advisory board. Her work has been honored by every major award show, including Best of Discipline at The One Show, and Grand Prix and Titanium at Cannes.