Carol Saft is a sculptor who infuses objects with vulnerability and agitation. Her paintings mine the quirks and wonder of our daily, intimate gestures. She is a filmmaker who is attracted to quirky people with a story to tell. She was born in Newark, New Jersey, attended The Pratt Institute new forms program, and received a full fellowship to complete her MFA at S.U.N.Y. Purchase. Her videos and sculptures have been shown nationally and internationally at film festivals, museums, and galleries. Her screenings include, The Smithsonian Institute, Aurora Picture Show, the United Nations World Conference, the Islip Art Museum, The Guild Hall, Pierogi Gallery, Diverse Works, and CableVision’s 28sec project. She has had grants from the New York State Council on the Arts, the International Film and Television Workshop, CableVision Systems, a New York Foundation for the Arts exhibition grant, and the New York Community Trust.