B. 1986 (Lima, Peru).

Carolina Casusol lives and works in Miami, Florida. She holds an MFA from Tulane University and a BFA from Corriente Alterna Art School—in partnership with Universidad Mayor de San Marcos—where she graduated with honors in 2011. Casusol received the Summer Merit Fellowship award from Tulane University. She was a Nominated Candidate at the CIFO Grants & Commissions Program in 2017 and was selected as a resident artist for the 2021 Summer Art Program at the Bakehouse Art Complex (Miami, FL). In 2022, she was one of the Ellis Awards winners and received a Creator Award Grant from Oolite (Miami Beach, FL). She has participated in the Home & Away program (Oolite, 2022) and has also had the opportunity to be a resident artist at the Atlantic Center for the Arts (ACA).

Casusol's work was selected for the first edition of the Immigrant Artist Biennial in NYC (2020) and has been exhibited widely across the US and Peru—including recent shows at Art Space 305 (Miami, FL)), Touché Boutique (Miami, FL), Tunnel (Miami, FL), and Atlanta Contemporary (Atlanta, GA).

Casusol is a permanent resident artist at the Bakehouse Art Complex (Miami, Fl.)