Carolina Sartori has recently obtained a Master degree in Architecture at Politecnico of Milan, after a Bachelor in Architecture and Fine Arts at IUAV in Venice.
She was teaching assistant of Renato Rizzi at IUAV and she contributed to several publications such as Renato Rizzi,
LAMPEDUSA - La Cattedrale di Salomon | Il libro del lavoro - vol. II, Mimesis Edizioni and Monica Dengo, Freehandwriting - CIAC.
Furthermore, she participated as a collaborator to Orpheus’ Ground exhibition at Venice Biennale of Architecture XV, Reporting from the Front (2016).
As an architect she worked with OMA/AMO based in Rotterdam and SANAA based in Tokyo.
As a photographer she worked with Ugo Carmeni Photography Studio in Venice, where she started to explore the medium of photography as another eye through which see reality, within the potential of its reinterpretation.
The image becomes a tool to examine the multiple vibrations and (inter)actions between things and world. The will to make these tensions tangible implies the ability to listen and to abstract these invisible powers.