Carrie Elston Tunick (b. 1980, Washington DC) is a New York based artist who makes videos, sound installations, and paintings. With an interest in love and sanctioned violence, her work focuses on instances of shared emotion. She moves in and out of abstraction, drawing on subjects that range from politics to sports, consumerism to religion, always focusing on what makes people feel deeply.

Elston Tunick received a B.A. from Yale University in 2003, and an M.F.A. from Hunter College in 2010. She has held residencies at the Artists Alliance LES Studio Program, Vermont Studio Center, the Bronx Museum Artist in the Marketplace, and NARS Foundation. In 2011 Elston Tunick won the New York Art Marathon Prize, and in 2013 she was awarded a curatorial grant from the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation.

Elston Tunick has exhibited in New York in galleries such as Cuchifritos, The Proposition, Station Independent, and Google Inc., as well as internationally at Ars Electronica in Linz, Austria.  Her work has been written about in the Greenpoint Gazette and on DNAinfo.

Elston Tunick's work is currently on view at the Bronx Museum in "Bronx Calling:  The Fourth AIM Biennial."