Carolina Nieto Flores exhibits her ceramics in the Sernageomin room of CAMM, Centro de Arte Molino Machmar, under the theme "Cerámica y Volcanes".
Born in Santiago de Chile in 1971, she studied architecture at Universidad Central for two years, graduated as a sculptor before completing a degree in Fine Arts at the Universidad de Chile; She then attended specialized seminars in ceramics and direct fires at Instituto Condouhuasi in Argentina.
Her research theme of origins led her to a project entitled "Circulo de Fuego del Pacifico" (Pacific Ring of Fire): she traveled the landscapes of Easter Island, studied Aborigines in Australia and Maori in New Zealand, influences that led him to create from deep introspection and contact with nature.
She works her ceramics in an oven that rises to 1230 ° C and melts sands and volcanic ash, to obtain colors and enamels ... a work that combines the four elements, earth, water, air and fire.
She has performed various exhibitions both in Chile, and abroad, in Auckland, Wellington and Melbourne. She is currently working at Taller Piedra Roja.
As she affirms: "My life is nourished by nature, by the observation and the feeling of energy in everything ... of the worldview of the ancestral peoples who have a hidden and very powerful wisdom ... I'm happy with my life, happy with who I am and what I do, happy to have found true love in my partner and my creation, happy to discover that in teaching, I give all my experience and my career both inside and out. "