Carine Klonowski was born in 1989 in Nice, France. She currently lives and works in Paris. Her works tackles questions about the image and its contemporary modes of reception transmission and duplication, through questioning and manipulating its essential characteristics: light, colour, time, figuration, abstraction. She principally works from photographs that she uses as a material for her videos, performances, installations or her publications. In parallel with her artistic work, she was involved with an art and literature research program at the University Paris VII, between 2013 and 2016. After a first thesis on sunset, her work as a researcher is now focusing on coloured gradient and its use from classical painting to today’s practices in art, communication and marketing.