Born in 1992, Loucia Carlier is a French artist who graduated from the École cantonale d'art de Lausanne (ECAL) in 2017. She is also the co-founder of Klima, a magazine combining contemporary art, academic research and activist knowledge. Her work revolves around feminist science fiction, collapsology and everyday life. Her paintings and installations are composed of images, symbols, objects and texts assembled on the surface by embossing, printing and modelling. The use of archetypal images and everyday elements are oriented by the complex link of Human/Nature dualism. The construction of these post-apocalyptic hybrid landscapes bears witness to a humanity in the midst of reorganisation, where possibilities seem infinite. Through a technique of fragments and juxtaposition, Loucia's work opens the hypothesis of a subjective, relative and resilient cosmology.