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Carmen Ceniga Prado

(España, 1995)

Carmen Ceniga Prado started her studies in Fine Arts at Pratt Institute in New York in 2015 (supported by their International Merit Scholarship), before finishing her Bachelor of Fine Arts at Wimbledon College of Arts at the University of the Arts London in 2018. In 2023, she completed her MFA at LaSalle College of the Arts in Singapore. Recent notable shows include Rationale for Fables (Singapore, 2023), New Makers at Atta Gallery (Bangkok, 2023), Entre Aguas at Aldama Fabre Gallery (Bilbao, 2022), and At Dusk, We Tread the Earth at starch (Singapore, 2022).

Carmen Ceniga Prado uses her work as a medium to reconnect with the internal body and its cycles of subtle shape shifting. Through abstract painting and carved wooden sculptures, her works grapple with the invisible but potent pulses of vitality that move through and around us. Using the body as a starting point, the pieces are a reflection of the range of emotional states or embodied sensations, such as darkness, clarity, anxiety as well as the moments in between.