Caroline Clerc is a Los Angeles-based artist working in photography. Her work responds to natural environments in the production of a large-format photographs and sculpture. Her work is first performed though an immersion in the natural environment in long walks. Images are then digitally composited into a single photograph. Problematizing the act of looking and disrupting the idea that it is possible to fully understand one’s relationship to the environment or to nature, her installations and images evoke imminent collapse. They reflect a precarious relationship with environments under perpetual threat by the effects of climate change. Her MFA is from University of California, Santa Barbara and her work has been exhibited in galleries in Los Angeles, nationally, and internationally. Artist residencies include Obracadobra, Mexico; Millay Colony for the Arts, USA; Nordic Artists’ Centre Dale, Norway; ‘Nature, Art and Habitat’ (NAHR), Italy; Taft-Nicholson Center for Environmental Studies, USA; Caetani Cultural Centre, Canada; NAIRS Foundation, Switzerland; and the Serlachius Residency, Finland.