Risa Puno is a Brooklyn-based interactive sculpture and installation artist. She has exhibited at national and international venues, including: The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Brooklyn Museum, Socrates Sculpture Park, El Museo del Barrio, SculptureCenter, NURTUREart, Flux Factory, The Bronx Museum of the Arts, Queens Museum of Art, Jersey City Museum, Galerie Stefan Röpke in Cologne, Germany, and MMX Open Art Venue in Berlin, Germany. She recently completed an Open Studio Fellowship at Franconia Sculpture Park and a commission for the NYC Department of Transportation. Her work has been written about in publications such as: The New Yorker, Hyperallergic, Remezcla, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, ProPublica, and artnet Magazine. Puno studied art and medicine at Brown University, and earned her MFA from New York University. She grew up in Louisville, Kentucky where she fostered a love for miniature golf and all things deep-fried.