My studio practice is an investigation of how we conceptualize space, materiality and structure. Creating assemblages from various media, my work shifts in-between the spatial, pictorial and tactile. The notion of finding an “edge” or “boundary” is what propels my practice. Oil paint, spray paint, acrylic, video, photography, ink, plastic, tape, paper and various drawing materials are my methods of creating and deconstructing space.  I use a process of collecting, isolating, and dislodging to create new structures that touch on the personal and public, logical and senseless, theatrical and literal.

-Casey Snyder