Caroline Harrius (b. 1993 Linköping) is a ceramicist based in Stockholm, with a bachelor's degree in medium and material-based art from Oslo’s National Academy of the Arts and a master's degree in craft from Konstfack.
In her artistic practice, Harrius often works with questions regarding gender hierarchies in craft history and how these structures are affecting her work in contemporary society. Her master project, “The Repulsive Flower” (2020), investigates gender norms in ceramic history, questioning what traditions we have chosen to live on. What do we value as great art today, and what do we reject as tasteless knick-knack? Can we relate this to historical gender roles in craft?
Harrius works from her studio in the old porcelain factory in Gustavsberg, G-studion.