Karina Marusińska was born in Piotrków Trybunalski, Poland (1983). She is a graduate of State High School of Fine Arts in Kielce (1998-2003) and The Eugeniusz Geppert Academy of Art and Design inWroclaw– Ceramics Design (2003-2008). She 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 is a PhD lecturer at Contextual Ceramics Studio, run by professor Mirosław Kociński, within the Faculty of Ceramics and Glass at the Academy of Art and Design in Wrocław (since 2010). She completed with honors her PhD in the field of Visual Art Design (2015). She lives in Wrocław.

Karina Marusińska is an interdisciplinary artist, academic lecturer, and socio-cultural animator. She was co-founder of the Wzorowo design group (2008-2014). A member of Łuhuu! performance art group (since 2005) and the Food Think Tank collective (since 2014). She is a multiple scholarship holder (i.a. the Minister of Science and Higher Education, Minister of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland, the Governor of Wroclaw, Governor of Lodz, Wroclaw City Hall), awards winner (i.a. The Talent of Trojka Radio Station, 'Warto' Prize, 'Make me!' Prize, Prize Art Review 'Survival 14' , Rector's Award – Acdemy of Art and Design in Wroclaw), art resident (France, China, Slovakia, Austria, UK), she participates in numerous national and international exhibitions, festivals, symposia and plein-airs. Her works are in the collections: Krehky Gallery in Prague, National Museum in Warsaw, National Museum in Wrocław, National Museum in Cracow, Regional Museum in Stalowa Wola.