Caroline Ramersdorfer started philosophy studies of the existentialists in Paris France in 1979.
She continued with African Art history, museum science and analyzes of Renaissance fresco and their restoration at the International University of Art in Florence 1981-83, Italy before she enrolled at the Academy of Fine arts/Sculpture department in Carrara, Italy, completing her MFA with Summa cum laude in 1988.
She received grants from the Austrian Ministry of Art and Education in Vienna/Austria to work and study in Japan 1991-92 and in New York City in 1993, in consequence supporting her multimedia project 'Inner Views' in 2001 reflecting 10 years of work and study in Japan. Exhibitions in Japan, Austria and Germany melded sculpture, video, photography, poetry, calligraphy and music.
Ramersdorfer has participated in expositions worldwide and since 1986 has been commissioned to create a number of large site - specific sculptures, installed in permanent private and public art collections in Europe, Japan, Taiwan, China, Canada, Egypt, the U.S.A and Dubai, where she was awarded first prize at the 2005 Emaar International Art Symposium. She won the golden award at the international sculpture exposition during the 2006 cultural year in Zhengzhou China, same year the merit award for the Beijing Olympic Sculpture where her piece 'Seed of a unified spirit' is installed facing the Olympic tower since 2008.
Prior to Abu Dhabi her sculptural granit projects got nominated to be permanent installed in Urumqi, China in the 'Harmonious development ' Sculpture park in 2009 and the International friendship Sculpture park in Ordos City 2010, Inner Mongolia China.