Carmen Mardonez

Carmen Mardonez is a Chilean textile artist living in Los Angeles since 2017. Her artwork seeks to radically reimagine intimate spaces of memories, dreams, and discovery, exploring variations around traditional embroidery by combining oversized formats, textile sculpture and the recovery of textile waste.

Carmen studied History and Arts in the Catholic University of Chile, a master’s degree in Community Psychology at the University of Chile, and has training on art therapy and traditional knitting on horsehair. Her artwork has been exhibited in Building Bridges Art Exchange, Brea Gallery, and SoLa Gallery, among others, and her practice has been supported by scholarships and grants from “All She Makes”, “Repaint History”, and “Not Real Art”.

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