Carolina Khouri is known for her large, abstract and highly expressive paintings. She has been developing visual language that responds to reciprocity of forming conjunction of seemingly incompatible aesthetics.
She embarked on her artistic journey as a painter, initially working with representational forms before evolving into the realm of abstract expressionism and minimal imagery. Her work harnesses the energy of sculptural brushstrokes, which stand in stark contrast against the stillness of vibrant colour.
Her artistic practice is characterised by a sense of exploration and experimentation, as she continually develops a visual language that responds to the unique interplay of seemingly incongruant aesthetics.
Spanning a diverse range of media, her art encompasses paintings, installations, sculptures crafted from found objects, video recordings and photography. She frequently creates as in thematic series, delving into various ideas and themes, observing and reflecting upon the emotional dimensions of perception, experiences, and everyday life events. Her works seeks to activate and evoke deep, resonant feelings.
She graduated from Warsaw University with MA in Polish studies and studied Interior and Spatial Design at London Collage of Communication (UAL). She participated in numerous UK and international exhibitions. She has led and collaborated artistically with other fellow artists on creative projects.