“Furthermore one thing which is interesting in Carolin Koss art and way of thinking and working is the unification of chaos and structure. She points out that both of these extremes are necessary and one doesn’t need to choose but can affirm both, which feels like a mature approach.
It is worth to take time with the exhibition in order to absorb the moods which Carolin Koss creates with her works. If one does so, it will live on and continue to have an effect even after one has left the gallery behind.” Västra Nyland
“Replete with unforgettably expressionistic imagery, Emerald Green poses a stimulating series of questions on how humans develop a relationship with nature. Using low key lighting and kinetic montage to create a strange tension and hypnotic suspension of time, Carolin Koss break the boundaries of cinematic narrative in order to explore an ever shifting internal landscape. A powerful mix of dystopia and surrealism, Emerald Green pushes Carolin’s interest in texture and sound to an expressive extreme, giving way to a sensorial richness rare in cinema today.” CinéWomen Magazine
“Creating is like packing your bag with all your skills and a small survival kit, because you got curious in a sound, a smell, a message, a colour, a structure, a thought or all together. You don’t really know about the destination, but you sense a direction and start marching over sticks and stones, mud and water, sand and fields, hills and mountains to search for its origin and see what you can make out of it.” Carolin Koss / Plezir Magazine (SRB)
“Art gives me the ability to relate to the world I live in, to express myself and to stay true to myself. It’s easy to loose track of yourself in our complex world with it’s endless distractions. Art gives me a foundation, a space inside which I can be me, move freely and where the possibilities are unrestricted and endless.” Carolin Koss / itsliquid (IT)