Bachelor Degree in Fine Arts

Ludovica Carbotta

Master in fine arts. Artist. Sculptural practices. Installation. Drawing

Qualifications and academic training

  • Master in Fine Art from Goldsmiths University, University of London
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Turin Italy

Activity and / or professional career

The practice of it focuses on the physical exploration of urban space and how individuals establish connections with the environment in which they live. Her work combines sculptures, installations, texts and performances that reflect on the notions of place, identity and participation between reality and fiction. She explores the site-specific practice that elaborates imaginary territories or embodies real places with fictional contexts, reclaiming the role of imagination as a fundamental value in the construction of our knowledge.


Ludovica is currently a member of Pipistrello, a program that produces and hosts artistic projects in the natural and historical region of Empordà, Catalonia. In 2017 she is a research associate at the Jan Van Eyck Academie, Maastricht. She is a co-founder of Progetto Diogene, an International Residency Program in public space and The Institute of Things to Come, a research center on futurological scenarios.


  • Growing Pains. Murcia. Verònicas Room (2021)
  • The shotgun, the invisible rail, and the spectacled tyrant. Rome: NERO (2017)


  • Growing Pains, Sala Verónicas. Murcia (2021)
  • Paphos, Bombon Projects. Barcelona (2021)
  • Monowe, 58th International Art Exhibition, May You Live in Interesting Times curated by Ralph Rugoff. Venice Biennale (2019)
  • Die Telamonen, Bündner Kunstmuseum. Chur, Switzerland (2019-2020)
  • Objecst of Defense Marta Cervera Gallery, Madrid (2019-2020)
  • Monowe, Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Torino (2019)
  • Inches, Feet, Verse, Meter, Marselleria, New York (2018)


  • Sculpture Prize Battaglia Foundry Sculpture Prize # 05 (2020)
  • New York Prize, from ISCP / Columbia University (2018)
  • Special mention to the ITALIA Award, MAXXI Museum, Rome (2016)
  • International Fellowship Gasworks, London (2016)
  • Gallarate Award (2016)
  • Ariane de Rothschild Prize, Milan (2011)