Resident in Iceland, Patricia occupies poetry and humor as tools in her practice. She is attracted to kinetic and time based aspects of materials that move, morph or evolve. Some of her works emphasise the contradictory character of water which on one hand is a mundane but vital part of our everyday lives that at the same time has the power to wash away any sign that we were ever here. In her installations the body is implied but absent.
Patricia Carolina starts her BA at the Nacional School of Painting, Sculpture and Graving “La Esmeralda” (Mexico City), and she graduates from the Icelandic University of the Arts in 2019. Patricia has collaborated with international artists in multiple fields, and she has exhibited her work in Mexico, Iceland and Finland.
Patricia Carolina (Durango, Mexico. 1993)
Bachelor in Visual Arts at Listaháskóli Íslands, Iceland University of the Arts (2019)
2014 - 2017 Bachelor in Fine Arts at the National School of Painting, Sculpture and Engraving “La Esmeralda”, Mexico City.
Employee of the month in eight steps, RYMD Gallery, Reykjavík.
City of The Immortals, Kubbur, Reykjavik.
Þetta hefur aldrei sést áður, Kjarvalstaðir, Reykjavík.
Samsýning 5 - 9, Kirsuberjatréð, Reykjavík.
Suðsuðves, Segull 67, Siglufjörður.
Hugarflug, Laugarnesvegur 91, Reykjavik.
2018 Háflæði í Lækningaminjasafninu, Reykjavík.
Maybe it´s The Weather, Kosminen Gallery, Helsinki.
Take Part in a Party and Take Everything Apart ì RYMD, Gallery, Reykjavík.
Móttaka. í Laugardalslaug, Reykjavík.
Discipline on errands of life in Laugardalslaug, Reykjavík.
2017 Eitthvað kemur upp úr kafinu í Brautarholtí, Reykjavík.
2014 Punto de encuentro. Culture House of Azcapotzalco, Mexico City.
2013 .02. Arscite, Mexico City.
2012 No es el fin. Culture House of Durango, Durango.
Carolina, Patricia. Regarding the Spillage of the Bodies, Agency, Labor and Language. Reykjavík: 2019. Available in: http://hdl.handle.net/1946/340.
Sigurðarson, Starkaður ed, Myndlist MA&BA, Listaháskolí Íslands, Reykjavík: 2019.
Bruno, Ana Victoria, Sophie Durand and Brontë Jones eds., Maybe is the Weather, Hertfordshire, UK: 2018.
2019 Participant in Hugarflug Festival, Reykjavik.
Gardener in Laugadalur, Reykjavikborg.
2018 - 2019 Bartender and cashier in “Lax, Seafood and Bubbles”. Grandi Mathöll.
2018 Co-curator in Klappastígur 12, Reykjavík.
Intern of the Wind and Weather Window Gallery as part of the Reykjavík Arts Festival.
2017 - 2018 Cashier in “La Poblana”. Hlemmur Mathöll.
2016 Art designer short film Madre Tierra by Edgar Sahe. Mexico City.
Workshop manager at Distropia Collective, II Cultural Encounter of the Oaxacan Coast, Oaxaca.
2015 - 2017 Visual artist assistant with Pablo Cotama. Mexico City.
2013 Jewerly maker and seller at artesian street market “La Doctores”, Mexico City.
Llovizna, 2018. Digital photography, digital drawing.