Carolyn Salas in a native of California, who currently lives and works in Brooklyn. Her work consists of sculptures and installations influenced by day-to-day experiences, relationships and the increasingly charged sociopolitical climate we reside in. Salas’ choice of materials is driven by concept, incorporating a wide array of materials. She has been a part of collaborative exhibitions at Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, Gallerie Nordine Zidoun in Luxembourg, Silly Thing Gallery in Hong Kong and Urbis, City Center in Manchester, UK. Her work has been featured in The New York Times, The Daily News, Milk Magazine and Artslant.