Casey Larkin Mazer Carsel (b. 1995, New Zealand; lives and works between Auckland and Chicago) is an Ashkenazi Jewish editor, writer, and artist. Her practice focuses on how communal narratives are constructed and passed down through generations and across the world, and how these stories shape identities and make connections. Carsel received her BFA from Elam School of Fine Arts, Auckland (2016), and her MFA in Creative Writing from School of the Art Institute of Chicago (2019). Recent solo exhibitions include Shum Klum, RM Gallery, Auckland (2019); When a poor man eats a chicken, one of them is sick (but we sing, we still sing), Blue Oyster Gallery, Dunedin (2019); and Rather owe you than not pay you, MEANWHILE onsite, Wellington (2017). In 2019 she co-founded Plates: An Experimental Journal with Unyimeabasi Udoh.