Born in London to Colombian parents, Carolina Caycedo (London, b.1978) is an artist involved in territorial resistance, solidarity economies sustained through community projects and housing as a human right. Contributing to the construction of environmental historical memory as a way of preventing violence against human and non-human entities, her work generates debate about the futures of shared resources, environmental justice, just energy transition and cultural biodiversity. Since 2012 she has developed Be Dammed, a body of work that focuses on communities affected by extractivist industries, such as the construction of dams and the privatization of water. Upcoming solo museum shows include Muzeum Sztuki (Łódź), Orange County Museum of Art (California) and ICA (Boston). In 2019 her work has been included in the 45 Salón Nacional de Artistas Colombia, the Chicago Architecture Biennial and Film Sector of Art Basel. She is an active member of the Los Angeles Tenants Union and the Rios VivosColombia social movement.