Carolina Magis Weinberg (b. 1990Mexico City ) has been devoting her life to understanding art and how to be an artist for the last seven years. She earned her undergraduate degree as a visual artist from the National School of Painting, Engraving, and Sculpture “La Esmeralda” in Mexico City, in 2013. She is an artist of sight and site. The primordial quest in her practice is to discover the multiple dimensions of invisible space, the stories that conform absence, the gesture of a monument, the movement of a center. She is intrigued by the landscape and how it can be politicized and monumentalized through the analysis of certain phenomena such as snow, rain, and sunshine.
Her work has been part of several group exhibitions in Mexico, Colombia, France, Germany, and the United States, and she has had two solo shows in Mexico City. She is currently a Fulbright, FONCA-Conacyt, and a Hamaguchi scholar in the California College of the Arts in San Francisco where she is studying a dual Master Degree in Fine Arts and Visual Critical Studies. When she was seven years old she predicted her future in an autobiography, up to this date she has followed it verbatim.