The act of looking.
Even more, the act of observing.
The awareness of the present, light, temporality.
A ray of sun filtered through the tree outside the window and hitting a cracking wall.
A small, unassuming plant that’s growing again.
The fortunate combination of colors.
Wind, water, the everyday alive, mundane, unique.
Karla Carballar was born in Mexico City. Her work in video, photography and installation has been exhibited in the US, Mexico, Asia and Europe, including Ex Teresa Arte Actual Museum, Mexico City; Today Art Museum, Beijing; Luigi Pecci Center for Contemporary Art, Prato, Italy; Goliath Visual Space, New York City; MC Gallery, New York City; Jamaica Center for the Arts, New York City, and Dukwon Gallery, Seoul. She has participated in the Bienal de Yucatan, Mexico; and the Encuentro Nacional de Arte Joven, a year traveling exhibition around Mexico.
Karla Carballar holds a Master of Arts from the New York University, and a Bachelor in Graphic Design and Photography form Universidad Intercontinental in Mexico City. She is part of the multidisciplinary art group Lydian Junction.
She is an adjunct professor at The New York University and The National Academy.