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Constanza Carvajal

Santiago de Chile

Lives and works in Berlin

Constanza Carvajal’s practice is conducted both collectively and individually, at the intersection of visual art, cultural production and social design.


Her personal work focuses on the aesthetics of the everyday and the seemingly "unimportant", as well as on the perceptions of progress and modernity in architecture, urban life - and the dialogues between public and private life. 


She uses ordinary materials, unfolding their meaning and testing their possibilities through installations and textiles.


Since 2013, she is an active member of the Chilean art collective Mil M2, which has developed a series of prototypes for cultural bodies and institutions in various projects related to the collective generation of knowledge in public space.


She also collaborates with Da Sind Wir*, an initiative by women artists and designers, that deals with the role of women* in public space. 


She admires deeply the work, practice, and thoughts of the following artists:

Agnes Martin

Agnes Varda

Amalia Pica

Armi Ratia


Cecilia Vicuña

Danica Dákic

Helene Schjerfbeck

Irma Pulgar

Isabel Margarita Reyes

Lina Bo Bardi

Louise Bourgeois

Louise Nevelson

Marcela Correa

Sol Calero


Maija Isola

Matilde Perez

Otobong Nkanga

Paula Modersohn Becker

Tove Jansson

Tracey Emin

Violeta Parra

Vuokko Nurmesniemi

Yayoi Kusama

Yoko Ono


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