B. 1986, Lima, Perú.

Carolina Casusol lives and works in Miami, Florida. She holds her MFA from Tulane University and BFA from Corriente Alterna Art School, in partnership with San Marcos University, where she graduated with honors in 2011. Casusol received the Summer Merit Fellowship award from Tulane University and was a Nominated Candidate at CIFO Grands & Commissions Program in 2017. She was selected as an artist resident for the Summer Art Program 2021 in the Bakehouse Art Complex (Miami, Fl). During 2022, Casusol was one of the Ellis Awards winners and she received a Creator Award Grant from Oolite (Miami Beach, Fl).

Throughout her practice, she uses a variety of imagery she collects from atlases, encyclopedias, and popular ephemera to explore ideas related to culture and identity. Casusol is currently working in an ongoing project, About Passion focuses on regional colloquialisms, words and phrases - such as the various ways passion fruit is commonly known in Latin America (e.g. 'Pacha', 'Maracuya', 'Parchita') to talk about current cultural intersections in Hispanic communities in the US.

Casusol has presented work in over 15 solo and group exhibitions in the United States, Peru, and Argentina. And was selected to be part of the first edition of the Immigrant Artist Biennial in NYC (2020).