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. Her minimalist art combines an experimental approach and transformation of experiences into quintessential abstract form. She undertakes diverse disciplines and media such as video recording, found objects, installation and sculpture with sensitivity to basic message of unity and of interconnectedness.
Carolina Khouri is Lebanese – Polish artist based in Herringey Warehouse District. She joined art group Page 6 in 2011 and became a member of The Magma Group in 2013. She shares her art career with art, culture and community projects. She was a director of Haringey Arts (2012 – 18) and she facilitates Village Fund, which supports warehouse artists and creatives. In 2019 she initiated Tottenham Pavilion Project (funded by Mayor of London), which entered London Festival of Architecture 2020.