Autumn Casey: Waiting in Purgatory but at Least There’s Chairs and it Feels Musical
September 19 – November 1, 2015
Opening reception: Fri., Sept. 18, 2015
6 – 9 pm
Autumn Casey presents an installation featuring new video, sound, and sculptural work. Casey mixes personal relics with found materials to provoke reactions, emotional responses and existential uncertainty.
She was awarded a solo show in the Center’s Project Room after winning the 2014 #acchfocus Instagram contest. The contest ran from September 1, 2013 through October 8, 2014 and had 1347 entries. All 52 images of the year’s winners will be displayed in a small format print in the Center’s new artist showcase, The Landing, concurrent with the 2015 Biennial.
Casey is an American artist, born in Dallas, Texas and currently lives and works in Miami, Florida. Since graduating from the New World School of the Arts in 2010 her work has been included in notable exhibitions such as Open Process at the Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami, and Weird Miami at the Bas Fisher Invitational. Her creative range extends to directing the music video Got it for Boys Noize featuring Snoop Dogg. Casey celebrated her first solo show last fall titled Agalma at Primary. Projects in Miami. She is also an active member in the underground arts and music community, and is one half of the Miami-based punk band Snakehole.