Cassie is one of those unique artists whose practice explores a seemingly never ending assortment of mediums, all while managing to maintain a distinct, rhythmic thread across them all.
We first connected on a mural project, but I soon discovered the breadth of her work and became totally fascinated by the experimental nature of her practice. Variations on abstraction that continue to evolve in new and different ways using anything from paper to jesmonite.
Here we take a look inside Cassie's studio and chat with her about her UK-based education, process, and inspiration.
A few of my all time favourites are Sol LeWitt, Agnes Martin, Bridgett Riley, Frank Stella, Eva Hesse, Tara Donovan, Richard Serra, Manfred Mohr, Hilma Af Klint, Anish Kapoor, Thomas Heatherwick… I’m influenced by modular art, op art, minimalism, post minimalism, process art and formalism. I’ve also been so inspired by the generative art, data art and creative coding communities I connect with online.
Museum for Concrete Arts in Germany, The Met in NYC, Toronto's AGO, and Calgary’s Esker Foundation.
Winter for working and summer for fun.