Carolina Berger is a multimedia artist, film director, and performer, specializing in intermedia performance. PhD for the Post-Graduate Program in Media and Audiovisual Processes, ECA-USP. Master in Cinematographic Documentary by Universidad del Cine - Buenos Aires (AR). Performed post-doctorate in the Graduate Program in Performing Arts of the School of Communications and Arts - ECA -USP. With national and international awards for her documentary audiovisual works (Inheritance and Time Stop), the artist conducts research internship and international debut of #LiveLivingPerformanceProject | Awakening Performance in Singapore in 2015, led by actor and director Steve Dixon, dean of LASALLE College of the Arts, and also author of one of the most important books on digital performance, published by MIT: Digital Performance: A History of New Media in Theater, Dance, Performance Art, and Installation. It develops practical-theoretical researches in intermedia performance and interactive dance in which technological innovation adds new meanings to personal poetics. In her PhD, Carolina Berger developed #LiveLivingPerformanceProject for intermedia performance, in which she created a female triad C.B. (Performer), Madame C. Bécamier (literary heteronym) and Lícia D.B. (character alterego) He develops #DigitalSELF | MediaLAB, an intermedia performance development lab that bifurcates into a series of workshops in which he leads participants to understand his personal poetics, from his theory of "modalities of presence." She works as an associate researcher in the research group LabArteMidia Laboratory of Art, Media and Digital Technologies, certified by CNPQ.
(Source: Lattes Curriculum)