Colombian-born artist, Carlos Franklin completed a BA in Fine Arts in Colombia (2001) before traveling to France where he completed a Master in Art and Technology at Le Fresnoy – National Studio of Contemporary Arts. Since then, he has been undertaking art projects around the world, being influenced by cultural appropriation, memory/archives and language. He works very often in video, drawing and installation. Recently, undertaking collaborations with musicians, he explores the field of performing arts. He has participated in more than 40 international exhibitions, screenings and festivals, like Imminent Sounds (Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taiwan, 2013), Digital Life (Museo d’Arte Contemporanea Roma, Italy, 2013), OutFest (Los Angeles – USA 2012), Festival d’Aix en Provence (France 2011), RSB Boursary Awards (London, UK 2010), Dans la nuit des images (Grand Palais, Paris, 2008), Agora Festival (Ircam – Pompidou Centre, Paris, 2008, 2009 et 2010), The Napkin Boys (CCF – Alliance Française, Indonesia, 2010), etc. He curated Géométries Virtuelles (CCF, Cambodia, 2009) and participated in number of residencies, seminars, conferences and workshops. His work is part of the Arab World Institute collection.