Born in 1974. Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.
Known for creating large-scale, architectural environments, Raskin stages performances, and displays discrete drawings, painting, and sculptures. She investigates cold war narratives and nuclear-age fears that, which informs her paintings, drawings, objects, and videos. Her research has taken her to the Arctic Circle, atomic bunkers, and missile silos in Eastern Europe. She takes an outdated, yet still nightmarish topic and makes it urgent and accessible for its viewers. Much of her work often intermingles geometric motifs from Russian Constructivist art. Raskin has exhibited internationally at institutions including the Frankfurter Kunstverein, in Germany; the Contemporary Art Center in Vilnius, Lithuania; and P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, in New York City.