Carolina Pino is a chilean artist that lives and works in Chile.
Her work explores and questions the intersection between art and new media, developing projects that combines wearables, sculpture and portable technology and that include social changes and human behaviours.
Pino is interested in teaching and developing the knowledge of creative applications with new technologies and its displacements.
Carolina Pino is BFA from the Universidad de Chile, with postgraduate studies of Cultural Administration at the Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile and courses at the Arts and Architecture Faculty of Columbia University.
She holds a Master´s degree at the Interactive Telecommunications Program at New York University,
She got the Fund for the Arts, Fondart, in Chile in 2000, 2002, 2005, 2007, 2008, the Fulbright Scholarship in 2005 and the prestigious Tisch School of the Arts Dean's Fellowship award from New York University the same year.
Among others, Pino had exhibited her work at:
PROSPECTIVES International Digital Arts Festival - Reno NV. US 2009
MAC Contemporary Arts Museum, Chile- 2009
Milano Triennale, Italy - 2008.
"EINRICHTEN - Leben in Karton"- Städtische Galerie, Germany-2008
InteractiveObject1.0" of Roma Design+, Italy - 2007.
d.u.m.b.o. - Art Under the Bridge, U.S. -2007
Her work was recently published at the deArquitectura Magazine Nb 20, Universidad de Chile on 2009, the book CRISIS, in Spain on 2009, the book MINIMUN DWELLING International Editorial, on 2009. and GOOD Magazine, U.S.
Featured on Burda Magazine, Germany, El Mercurio newspaper, Chile and blogs such as we-make-money-not-art, Design Boom, Engadget and other in the U.S., Spain, France, Germany, Asia and Latin America.
Pino had co-founded Pop-Up! Art Collectivein NY, US and Duplo -Interactive Arts and Technology inSantiago, Chile.
She is currently professor at the Architecture Faculty of the Pontificia Universidad Católica in Chile, Uniacc and Universidad del Pacifico.
She gives lectures, courses and workshops that includes Physical Computing and the use of technology in creative contexts.
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