Karina Marusińska (born 1983) is an interdisciplinary artist, lecturer, coordinator, cultural animator and originator of social initiatives. A member of Łuhuu! performance art group and the Food Think Tank collective

She is a graduate of the Eugeniusz Geppert Academy of Art and Design in Wroclaw, Faculty
of Ceramics Design (2003-2008). She had studied under scholarship programmes at Pais Vasco University in Bilbao, Spain (2007) and at the Institute of Ceramics in Guebwiller, France (2008). She graduaded from postgraduate studies in Design Management from SGH Warsaw School of Economics, Poland (2009-2010). She also accomplished International Post-Graduate Course 'Kaolin' Art and Design in Contemporary Ceramics, ENSA Limoges, France and in Jingdezhen, China (2013-2014). Currently she teaches as a lecturer at the 2nd Studio of Functional Ceramics within the Faculty of Ceramics and Glass at the Academy of Art and Design in Wrocław. In 2015 she earned her PhD in the field of Visual Art Design.

Karina Marusińska is an interdisciplinary artist and works with different media - ceramics, glass, installation, performance, sculpture and video. Besides, she often delevops social oriented art projects. One main focus are concepts that deal with voltage, that forms at the intersection of what ist internal and external, private and public, noble and common, tasty and disgusting. She explores border areas and connections, which are formed between opposites.