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Artist Open Studio: Casey Alfstad

April 4 | 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

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Take a peek inside the creative studio of Casey Alfstad, our second Big Medium x the LINE Artist Resident this year, during their weekly open studio hours, April 4th to April 30th.

 

Casey Alfstad (she/they) is a video sculptor and new media art designer from Springs, New York, and based in Austin, Texas. Alfstad finds a parallel between experimental tech and queer culture in that both are proactively designing what the future can look like. When she’s not producing her own sculptures, she is working alongside museums, galleries, and artists to design digital capabilities into their creative practices. Alfstad is also the co-founder of @ConceptAnimals, a femme artist-run publication.

“I combine fine arts like sculpture and painting with tech mediums such as video-based projection mapping in order to create hybrid surfaces that reflect the increasingly digital aspects of our society, while inciting curiosity in the malleability of the future. In a culture that thrives off of definition, absolute thinking, and categorization, I digitize traditional art mediums as a way to blur the bounds of a ‘static object’ and highlight the infinite potentiality in all things. My experiments between fine art and electronic media are a practice in releasing and returning objects to their raw forms of obscurity. I utilize time-based work and elements of illusion to facilitate “glitches of uncertainty” in the viewers’ perceptions about traditional art and the world around them. Everything is a creative medium, an object is a temporary state, and the future is ever-forming and changing.”

An art piece by Casey Alfstad

Artist Open Studio: Casey Alfstad

April 4 | 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Event Series

Take a peek inside the creative studio of Casey Alfstad, our second Big Medium x the LINE Artist Resident this year, during their weekly open studio hours, April 4th to April 30th.

 

Casey Alfstad (she/they) is a video sculptor and new media art designer from Springs, New York, and based in Austin, Texas. Alfstad finds a parallel between experimental tech and queer culture in that both are proactively designing what the future can look like. When she’s not producing her own sculptures, she is working alongside museums, galleries, and artists to design digital capabilities into their creative practices. Alfstad is also the co-founder of @ConceptAnimals, a femme artist-run publication.

“I combine fine arts like sculpture and painting with tech mediums such as video-based projection mapping in order to create hybrid surfaces that reflect the increasingly digital aspects of our society, while inciting curiosity in the malleability of the future. In a culture that thrives off of definition, absolute thinking, and categorization, I digitize traditional art mediums as a way to blur the bounds of a ‘static object’ and highlight the infinite potentiality in all things. My experiments between fine art and electronic media are a practice in releasing and returning objects to their raw forms of obscurity. I utilize time-based work and elements of illusion to facilitate “glitches of uncertainty” in the viewers’ perceptions about traditional art and the world around them. Everything is a creative medium, an object is a temporary state, and the future is ever-forming and changing.”

An art piece by Casey Alfstad

Artist Open Studio: Casey Alfstad

April 4 | 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Event Series

Take a peek inside the creative studio of Casey Alfstad, our second Big Medium x the LINE Artist Resident this year, during their weekly open studio hours, April 4th to April 30th.

 

Casey Alfstad (she/they) is a video sculptor and new media art designer from Springs, New York, and based in Austin, Texas. Alfstad finds a parallel between experimental tech and queer culture in that both are proactively designing what the future can look like. When she’s not producing her own sculptures, she is working alongside museums, galleries, and artists to design digital capabilities into their creative practices. Alfstad is also the co-founder of @ConceptAnimals, a femme artist-run publication.

“I combine fine arts like sculpture and painting with tech mediums such as video-based projection mapping in order to create hybrid surfaces that reflect the increasingly digital aspects of our society, while inciting curiosity in the malleability of the future. In a culture that thrives off of definition, absolute thinking, and categorization, I digitize traditional art mediums as a way to blur the bounds of a ‘static object’ and highlight the infinite potentiality in all things. My experiments between fine art and electronic media are a practice in releasing and returning objects to their raw forms of obscurity. I utilize time-based work and elements of illusion to facilitate “glitches of uncertainty” in the viewers’ perceptions about traditional art and the world around them. Everything is a creative medium, an object is a temporary state, and the future is ever-forming and changing.”

An art piece by Casey Alfstad

Artist Open Studio: Casey Alfstad

April 4 | 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Event Series

Take a peek inside the creative studio of Casey Alfstad, our second Big Medium x the LINE Artist Resident this year, during their weekly open studio hours, April 4th to April 30th.

 

Casey Alfstad (she/they) is a video sculptor and new media art designer from Springs, New York, and based in Austin, Texas. Alfstad finds a parallel between experimental tech and queer culture in that both are proactively designing what the future can look like. When she’s not producing her own sculptures, she is working alongside museums, galleries, and artists to design digital capabilities into their creative practices. Alfstad is also the co-founder of @ConceptAnimals, a femme artist-run publication.

“I combine fine arts like sculpture and painting with tech mediums such as video-based projection mapping in order to create hybrid surfaces that reflect the increasingly digital aspects of our society, while inciting curiosity in the malleability of the future. In a culture that thrives off of definition, absolute thinking, and categorization, I digitize traditional art mediums as a way to blur the bounds of a ‘static object’ and highlight the infinite potentiality in all things. My experiments between fine art and electronic media are a practice in releasing and returning objects to their raw forms of obscurity. I utilize time-based work and elements of illusion to facilitate “glitches of uncertainty” in the viewers’ perceptions about traditional art and the world around them. Everything is a creative medium, an object is a temporary state, and the future is ever-forming and changing.”

An art piece by Casey Alfstad

Artist Open Studio: Casey Alfstad

April 4 | 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Event Series

Take a peek inside the creative studio of Casey Alfstad, our second Big Medium x the LINE Artist Resident this year, during their weekly open studio hours, April 4th to April 30th.

 

Casey Alfstad (she/they) is a video sculptor and new media art designer from Springs, New York, and based in Austin, Texas. Alfstad finds a parallel between experimental tech and queer culture in that both are proactively designing what the future can look like. When she’s not producing her own sculptures, she is working alongside museums, galleries, and artists to design digital capabilities into their creative practices. Alfstad is also the co-founder of @ConceptAnimals, a femme artist-run publication.

“I combine fine arts like sculpture and painting with tech mediums such as video-based projection mapping in order to create hybrid surfaces that reflect the increasingly digital aspects of our society, while inciting curiosity in the malleability of the future. In a culture that thrives off of definition, absolute thinking, and categorization, I digitize traditional art mediums as a way to blur the bounds of a ‘static object’ and highlight the infinite potentiality in all things. My experiments between fine art and electronic media are a practice in releasing and returning objects to their raw forms of obscurity. I utilize time-based work and elements of illusion to facilitate “glitches of uncertainty” in the viewers’ perceptions about traditional art and the world around them. Everything is a creative medium, an object is a temporary state, and the future is ever-forming and changing.”

An art piece by Casey Alfstad

Artist Open Studio: Casey Alfstad

April 4 | 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Event Series

Take a peek inside the creative studio of Casey Alfstad, our second Big Medium x the LINE Artist Resident this year, during their weekly open studio hours, April 4th to April 30th.

 

Casey Alfstad (she/they) is a video sculptor and new media art designer from Springs, New York, and based in Austin, Texas. Alfstad finds a parallel between experimental tech and queer culture in that both are proactively designing what the future can look like. When she’s not producing her own sculptures, she is working alongside museums, galleries, and artists to design digital capabilities into their creative practices. Alfstad is also the co-founder of @ConceptAnimals, a femme artist-run publication.

“I combine fine arts like sculpture and painting with tech mediums such as video-based projection mapping in order to create hybrid surfaces that reflect the increasingly digital aspects of our society, while inciting curiosity in the malleability of the future. In a culture that thrives off of definition, absolute thinking, and categorization, I digitize traditional art mediums as a way to blur the bounds of a ‘static object’ and highlight the infinite potentiality in all things. My experiments between fine art and electronic media are a practice in releasing and returning objects to their raw forms of obscurity. I utilize time-based work and elements of illusion to facilitate “glitches of uncertainty” in the viewers’ perceptions about traditional art and the world around them. Everything is a creative medium, an object is a temporary state, and the future is ever-forming and changing.”

An art piece by Casey Alfstad

Artist Open Studio: Casey Alfstad

April 4 | 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Event Series

Take a peek inside the creative studio of Casey Alfstad, our second Big Medium x the LINE Artist Resident this year, during their weekly open studio hours, April 4th to April 30th.

 

Casey Alfstad (she/they) is a video sculptor and new media art designer from Springs, New York, and based in Austin, Texas. Alfstad finds a parallel between experimental tech and queer culture in that both are proactively designing what the future can look like. When she’s not producing her own sculptures, she is working alongside museums, galleries, and artists to design digital capabilities into their creative practices. Alfstad is also the co-founder of @ConceptAnimals, a femme artist-run publication.

“I combine fine arts like sculpture and painting with tech mediums such as video-based projection mapping in order to create hybrid surfaces that reflect the increasingly digital aspects of our society, while inciting curiosity in the malleability of the future. In a culture that thrives off of definition, absolute thinking, and categorization, I digitize traditional art mediums as a way to blur the bounds of a ‘static object’ and highlight the infinite potentiality in all things. My experiments between fine art and electronic media are a practice in releasing and returning objects to their raw forms of obscurity. I utilize time-based work and elements of illusion to facilitate “glitches of uncertainty” in the viewers’ perceptions about traditional art and the world around them. Everything is a creative medium, an object is a temporary state, and the future is ever-forming and changing.”

An art piece by Casey Alfstad

Artist Open Studio: Casey Alfstad

April 4 | 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Event Series

Take a peek inside the creative studio of Casey Alfstad, our second Big Medium x the LINE Artist Resident this year, during their weekly open studio hours, April 4th to April 30th.

 

Casey Alfstad (she/they) is a video sculptor and new media art designer from Springs, New York, and based in Austin, Texas. Alfstad finds a parallel between experimental tech and queer culture in that both are proactively designing what the future can look like. When she’s not producing her own sculptures, she is working alongside museums, galleries, and artists to design digital capabilities into their creative practices. Alfstad is also the co-founder of @ConceptAnimals, a femme artist-run publication.

“I combine fine arts like sculpture and painting with tech mediums such as video-based projection mapping in order to create hybrid surfaces that reflect the increasingly digital aspects of our society, while inciting curiosity in the malleability of the future. In a culture that thrives off of definition, absolute thinking, and categorization, I digitize traditional art mediums as a way to blur the bounds of a ‘static object’ and highlight the infinite potentiality in all things. My experiments between fine art and electronic media are a practice in releasing and returning objects to their raw forms of obscurity. I utilize time-based work and elements of illusion to facilitate “glitches of uncertainty” in the viewers’ perceptions about traditional art and the world around them. Everything is a creative medium, an object is a temporary state, and the future is ever-forming and changing.”

An art piece by Casey Alfstad
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