Romina Gonzales (b. 1989, Lima, Peru) is an interdisciplinary artist living and working in Brooklyn, New York. She earned her B.FA. from New York University in 2013 after previously attending Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. Her work exists between the gaps of sculpture, video, installation, writing and performance, addressing issues of social construction, identity, politics and human emotion through gestures that combine tangible and intangible materials. Her work has been exhibited at Vitraria Museum in Venice, Italy (2014), New Soho Gallery in New York (2014), Morgan Gallery in Pittsburg, PA (2015), Memorial Sloan Kettering Infusion Center in Brooklyn, NY (2015), The Agnes Varis Art Center in Brooklyn (2014, 2016), as well as featured in the New York Post, The Examiner, CBS New York, NY Daily News, Remezcla, Hyperallergic, The Brooklyn Downtown Star, Glass Quarterly Magazine, New Glass Review by the Corning Museum of Glass and included in the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum in New York.