Carolina Kasting establishes her language by placing the body, often her own, as the protagonist of a feminist speech by pointing to it as a sign of universal womanhood. She also uses the materiality of discarded objects and/or made by herself, such as textile objects, which assume meanings of this feminine corporeality. The artist has a performative work, as she chooses the object, prepares the environment and acts, self-portraiting, referring to a poetic allegory. His images address concepts of painting, such as layering and glazing.

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