In the course of her artistic practices Carolin Mojavari has incorporated multiple references into her large format paintings: in particular, the atmospheric aspects of landscapes. Translucent colours reflect unique forms of light — yet creating a fascinating tension between urban and rural environments.
Mojavari establishes botanical personalities, who propose a profound discourse of blossoming nature and fading metropolitan. Her entire oeuvre is informed by observations of the natural world as a statement of reminding her audience of their intrinsic habitat.
Thereby, she bridges the divide between figuration and abstraction — negotiating a path through the detritus of urban existence.
While extracting environmental details she transverses seemingly innocuous elements of contemporary urban life — perceiving landscape painting as a powerful mirror of portraits of human individuals.
Mojavari works and lives in Berlin, Germany where she also studied Fine Arts. She received several awards and works by the artist are held in private collections around the world.