Carolina Jacobs Ramos is a Brazilian artist, currently living and working in NYC. Thinking about impalpable biological and social processes, she interprets and imagines living interactions in video, sculpture and two dimensional works. Interdependence, biological symbiosis, and dispersion remind her of migration and movement in search of connection, survival and belonging. Loss is insidious, pervasive and rendered invisible by productivity. Questions remain about whose names, memories and stories are being replicated and passed forth collectively, and at what cost.
Recently, her relationship with porcelain has grown into a full blown love affair. She longs for porcelain to reciprocate her love by patiently and tenderly engaging its singular mass. Carolina previously worked on her art practice in Pittsburgh, PA at UnSmoke Systems. She is a contributor to the MoonArk Project, an interdisciplinary art project curated to land on the moon in 2023. She currently works as a psychotherapist and social worker in New York City while completing Pre-Medical studies at Columbia University. She received a BHA in Psychology and Fine Arts from Carnegie Mellon University and a Masters in Social Work from the University of Pittsburgh.
2019 / La lune : Zone Imaginaire à Défendre / Centre Pompidou, Paris / Group Show- MoonArk 2017 / Studio Works / Teacher’s College Columbia University / New York NY / Group Show 2015 / Mirco / Chashama 1351 Gallery / New York NY / Two-Person Show 2014 / A Gathering of Things Seen and Unseen / Coop Gallery / Nashville TN / Group Show 2013 / With Things Inside: Unsmoked Systems / Pittsburgh PA / Two-Person Show 2013 / Expositions / SETI Institute / Mountain View CA / Group Show 2012 / Color / Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition / Brooklyn NY / Group Show 2012 / Acaso / Espaço Viga / Sao Paulo BR / Group Show