Caroline Landau (b.1991) is a multidisciplinary artist that works with glass, video, painting, and other mediums. She graduated from Carnegie Mellon University in 2013 with a BFA focused in painting, drawing, and printmaking. She completed her MFA from San Francisco Art institute in 2016. She lives in San Francisco, California. Landau has lived and worked across the US. She was notably an intern at Starworks in North Carolina and a tech apprentice at the Pittsburgh Glass Center. She has taught in the glass department at California College of the Arts and currently works out of Public Glass in San Francisco. Over the past 4 years, Landau has been working on the Archiving Ice Series. Initially taking place in Svalbard, Norway, she replicated ice bergie-bits using wax and a camping stove during the Arctic Circle Artist Residency. The next year she spent months in Svalbard to work and continue the project. The series received publicity and recognition through the New Glass Now exhibition at the Corning Museum of Glass, as well as an interview with the UrbanGlass Quarterly.