Karolina Krasouli was born in Athens in 1984. After studying clinical psychology, she enrolled in the National School of Fine Arts of Lyon where she obtained her degree in 2014. Working with painting, photography and film, the images she produces lie in the intersection of abstraction and figuration. Through the process of reading and writing, she extracts a set of operations where she transcribes meanings and sensations without the support of language. Her works aim closer at representing optical phenomena related to memory and language than providing an immediate grasp of an image or an object. In 2013 she worked as an assistant for Moyra Davey, a photographer, essayist and filmmaker, and participated in the making of her short-film Les Godesses, a visual essay on Jean Genet. In 2015 she became a founding member of Alfabeto, a non-profit organization which organized a series of talks and exhibitions on the concept of transmission in art theory and practice at the French Academie in Rome. She presented her work at 60th Salon de Montrouge (2015), Villa Medicis, Rome (2015), Ateliers de Rennes, 5th edition, Incorporated! (2016), Galerie Raymond Hains, Saint-Brieuc (2016), La Tôlerie, Clermont-Ferrant (2016), Eva Meyer, Paris (2017), Daily Lazy, Athens (2018), Pauline Perplexe, Paris (2018), Frac Bretagne, Rennes (2019), La vitrine, Frac île-de-France Le Plateau, Paris (2020).