The artist makes lists of free associative text on old shopping receipts and found scraps of paper that he compiles in stacks. He surrounds himself with these piles as a way to
organize and reference his thoughts as he translates them to paper. Corr-Barberis' compositions read something like a newspaper, with long sections of text based on his notes, large headlines, and sporadic ink drawings that create rhythmic patterns across the page.
He works slowly and methodically, plotting the layout of a new piece and taking time to formulate and document his thoughts. His texts tend to be loosely based on themes of personal reflection, social commentary, overheard conversations, task lists, and contemplation of “the real and the unreal.” Occasionally, he will omit text entirely, leaving his diagram-like drawings in a field of purposeful negative space. His work has been featured several years in a row, with much success at the Outsider Art Fair Paris.