Chase Carter is an artist, writer, designer, and activist from Los Angeles, CA. He completed his Bachelor of Fine Arts in 2015 at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and Tufts University. His research-based practice resides within the contexts of institutional critique and social practice. Through his work, he tries to build platforms and structures for dialogue in spaces and places where there is a lack of open discourse. He also create books, zines, pamphlets, and other forms of publications with the same purpose in mind. His most recent project is an artist publication about the connections between personal and collective identity, memory, and politics regarding Palestinian- and Jewish-Americans.