Carrie Elston Tunick
Carrie Elston Tunick is an artist who lives and works in New York. After graduating from Yale in 2003, she spent several years working as a studio assistant to various artists in New York, and participated in constructing Christo's Gates in Central Park. During that time she co-chaired the Young Associates of the Chelsea Art Museum, which she co-founded. Carrie received her MFA from Hunter in 2010, and recently started the IMC Lab + Gallery in New York City, which is a technology research lab and a multi-media art gallery with a focus on creative technology development and participative new art forms. In 2011, Carrie was awarded an artist residency by the Artist Alliance, and First Prize of the NY Art Marathon.