Autumn Casey, ‘Perhaps’, 2014, PRIMARY

About Autumn Casey

Autumn Casey draws on a variety of personal relics and pop-cultural ephemera, both abject and singular, to challenge and question her own subjectivity against the world at large. Her practice, which moves from sculpture to collage, as well as video performances, considers the history of the found object and assemblage—redeploying existing materials or moments in unexpected, idiosyncratic ways. The result is a body of work that vibrates along the tense cord between the personal and the vernacular.

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American, b. 1987, Dallas, TX, United States, based in Philadelphia, PA, United States