Incorporating Photography, Video, and 4D installations, Emily Casella’s Ceramic Sculptures examine how our obsessions with 2D records and media affect our ability to function in society three-dimensionally.
Inspired by Irrealism, Emily creates unique figures who reveal particular human emotions and beliefs that are caused by an awareness of the present, past, and/or future. Her latest works are grounded within the rules of the 21st century, with small aberrations to critique and question what humans have invented for themselves. Her work plays within the internal and external worlds that individuals simultaneously live.
Emily Casella is an emerging artist with a MFA in Ceramics from Herron School of Art and Design and a BFA from Indiana University Northwest.
When she is not covered in a clay or teaching college art courses, she tends to photograph collections and create metadata for Museum’s Archives, Galleries, and Libraries.
You can follow her elsewhere: Instagram @Emybookworm, and YouTube Emily J Casella and Emybookworm’s Cinema.
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