Carolin Koss

Carolin Koss
Plastic Child

video, duration: 12.08

Plastic Child is about a journey of a child who lives in a contaminated plastic world. He is the heir to a single living plant which gives him the air to breath and eventually delivers hope for the humankind. Plastic Child is part of the trilogy Emerald Green, which deals with a dystopian world, where nature has been rendered extinct, breathable air has become scarce, and the sun has vanished due to the human error and the exploitation of natural resources.

Carolin Koss (FI/DE) works with various mediums and often creates contemplative and aesthetic works, which embody internal landscapes or call for environmental deliberation. Her works recurrently have a dreamlike nature and captivate through symbolic language and stylized imagery.