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Carolina Fusilier

Pantallas rojas de noviembre (de la serie trazos cuánticos), 2024

oil on canvas assembled with papier mache
150.01 x 100cm
About Carolina Fusilier
Carolina Fusilier (b.1985, Buenos Aires) lives and works in Oaxaca. Through painting, film and installation she explores post-human imaginaries, investigating intersections between organic and mechanical bodies, between industrial and domestic scenarios. Her work emphasizes the displacement of anthropogenic perspectives into non-human sensibilities, speculating on the potential of artifacts and technologies with which we are enmeshed, yet whose nature remains uncertain. Fusilier has appeared in solo and group exhibitions at Jumex Museum in Mexico City, MX; Mendes Wood DM in Sao Paulo, BR; Locust Projects in Miami, USA; Natalia Hug Gallery in Cologne, DE; La Fábrica in Buenos Aires, ARG; The Drawing Center in New York, USA; The Sculpture Center in New York, USA; and Centro Cultural Tlatelolco, Mexico City, MX; among others. She was a recipient of several grants and awards including the Pollock-Krasner Foundation Fellowship and the Jumex Foundation scholarship. With her film projects, she has participated in international festivals such as IDFA in Amsterdam, NL and Doc-Fortnight at MoMA in New York, US. Her most recent short film Corrientes Mercuriales (2023) had its world premiere at NYFF, New York, US; and won a special mention for best Argentine short film at the Mar del Plata International Film Festival; Mar del Plata, AR.