Isabella Utria Mago (b.1999) is a Colombian designer, multi‑disciplinary visual artist and researcher, working across experimental publishing, writing, sculpture, and mixed‑media installation.

She recently graduated with a First Class Honours Joint Degree in Graphic Design with Critical Cultures from the National College of Art and Design in Dublin, where she is completing her MFA Art in the Contemporary World.

Isabella’s work focuses on issues related to the body, the human, the fold, identity and materiality, and explores the use of methodologies derived from graphic design in contemporary art-making. Her practice reflects upon the transcriptions between material and immaterial by combining tangible elements such as sculpture, installation or bookmaking, and intangible elements such as 3D modelling, performance, or the use of digital technologies and generative programs.