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Humanese is a common language that defines, innovates, communicates, and interconnects all the arts, ecology, and spirituality.

Humanese is a space for human encounter in the city. A resource center for co-creation, re-creation and e-volution.

After years of study, travelings, encounters and co-creations, we jumped into the challenge of creating a space for spiritual development, arts, culture and ecology, immersed in the San Lucas neighborhood of Medellin, Colombia.




Mother of 3 year old Ágata, artist and cultural manager. During the last two decades she has been promoting emerging values around the globe. After studying humanities in 2008, she moved to NYC to study a Master's of Arts at New York University (NYU), and later moved to Paris in 2011 to complete a second one in Contemporary Arts at Paris 8 University.

Carolina has shared her artistic and spiritual practices around the globe, from Addis Abbeba y Ethiopia, to Oslo, Tokyo, Bombay, Galapagos Islands, and Mexico. She is a certified 500HR Yoga Alliance Yoga Teacher, as well as an PADI Advanced Open Water Scuba Diver.

In 2014, she landed in Medellín to create Humanese with her husband Carlos. Since 2019, she is a columnist for the Vivir en el Poblado local newspaper. She dreams her daughter growing up in a Medellín that safeguards life; all forms of life beyong the human.



Carlos is a multi-award winning sustainability expert, former Transport Commissioner of Medellín, Colombia; full-member of the State of Antioquia Scientific Committee for the Climate Crisis; former consultant for the Inter-American Development Bank and UN-Habitat; PhD alumnus of UNU-MERIT and program alumnus of Reinhardt College, the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies, and the Harvard Kennedy School; regular media contributor in national press and TV on urban sustainability, transport and innovation. Carlos is an assistant professor (EAFIT University - Colombia), multiple NGO founder and proven fundraiser with partners at Oxford University among others; passionate about cycling, the arts and achieving real-world impact through world-class research.

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