Arizona artist Christine Cassano uses her work to explore contemporary ecological, biological and technological changes in society as well as our impact on the world around us. As a multi-media artist, Cassano crosses the boundaries between sculpture, installation, ceramics and many other mediums. With symbols and traces of human detritus, like bones, hair and synthetic skins mixed with the textures of industrial fabrication, Cassano’s work embodies the melancholic sublime in material from. Her latest work, Black Box, is a piece of visual poetry about living in the afterglow of the modern era, and what it means to read the last rites of emergency communications long after the signal of a distress call has gone out.   

Christine Cassano is a 2016 proposal winner.


Friday, May 12, 2017 (7-10pm)

  • Musical Entertainment by DJs Pickster & Melo
  • Artists in Attendance
  • Light Refreshments and Cash Bar