Caroline Carlsmith

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Caroline Carlsmith (American, b. 1987) studied at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and Northwestern University. Recent exhibitions include Rutgers University’s Camden Center for the Arts (Camden, NJ); Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum (San Antonio, TX); Flux Factory (Queens, NY); Monaco (St. Louis, MO); Julius Caesar (Chicago, IL). Public events include “Forever and Always” at BRIC and airing on Brooklyn Free Speech TV (Brooklyn, NY); “Mimosa pudica,” from becoming-Botanicals (Madison, WI); “GOOD ▵ CHEAP ▵ FAST” at Comfort Station (Chicago, IL); and, “Jericho Labyrinths” at Monaco (St. Louis, MO). Selected articles have appeared in/been published by Objet-a Creative Studio, Chicago Artist Writers, The Transatlantic Walt Whitman Association, Working—Knowledge, and Medium Cool. Carlsmith has been an artist-in-residence at Vermont Studio Center, ACRE, SÍM Residency, SOMA and BRIC, and awarded the BRIC Media Arts Fellowship, two Research in the Arts Grants from Northwestern University, and CAAP Grant from the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs. The artist currently resides in Queens, NY and attends the MS/MA program at The Conservation Center at the Institute of Fine Art.


︎ Jericho Labyrinths

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