Karoline Georges, born in Montréal, Canada is an interdisciplinary artist and writer who first trained as a dancer before studying interdisciplinary art, cinema and art history. Influenced by Sri Aurobindo philosophy and transhumanism, her artistic research is guided by her quest for a different kind of sublime - a polymorphic, hybrid sublime. Taking the form of video, 3D modelling, literature, sound and virtual photography, her works are populated by digital avatars, clones and networked consciences; through them, she seeks a digital form of transcendence, poetry and spirituality. She has exhibited works throughout Canada, Europe and the Americas, most notably at the Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin/Madrid, the International Biennial of Contemporary Art of Cartagena, the Vancouver Visible Verse Festival, ORANGE, Contemporary Art Event of Saint-Hyacinthe, la Biennale internationale des poètes en Val-de-Marne, Mois de la Poésie, La Bande Vidéo and Festival Voix d’Amériques. In 2012, she received the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec’s prize for artistic creation in the Montérégie region in Quebec.

As a writer, she has published several literary works, including Under the Stone, Anvil Press, Vancouver; La Mue de l’hermaphrodite, Leméac, Montréal / Éditions ère, Paris; Ataraxie, L’Effet pourpre, Montréal; Sous Béton, Alto, Québec; and Variations Endogènes, Alto, Québec.