Olivia Erlanger (born in 1990, New York) lives in New York. She studied sculpture and literature at Lewis and Clark College, Portland, and Parsons School of Design, New York. Erlanger’s works consider the origins and implications of living in a world perceived to be in a constant state of turmoil. In her multi-part sculptures, she produces structures that address the failure of coping mechanisms, conventions, and dreams. Erlanger has had solo exhibitions at Balice Hertling, New York; Seventeen, London; and Fluxia, Milan. She participated in group exhibitions at Pilar Corrias, London; Center for Style, New York; and Dark Arts International, Mexico City, among others. Erlanger is co-director at Grand Century, New York.