In Those Days There Was No River Here: A Video Discussion of Her Work

Ms. Casey shows us her oil paintings from 2016 to 2021, presenting them in a timeline beginning with our digital age; through climate change and the resulting displacement of human and animal life; and ending finally in her last series, Working Below Sea Level, which contains depictions of watery landscapes and adaptation to new environments.

This video was produced by Jorge Teran.

Catch the Baby

Catch the Baby is a fun game created by Rosamond Casey that teaches us how to talk to each other face to face, a skill we are losing in this age of screen chatting. This is a completely non-threatening game that allows each player to interpret a set of images in relation to their shared experience and then to assign colored stones to each cards to a grouping of thoughts and feelings associated with the remembered experience. It offers a light-hearted, indirect approach toward relational dynamics, while providing the structure and enjoyment of a board game.

This video was produced by Diane Bloom.

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Mapping the Dark

Mapping the Dark: A Museum of Ambient Disorders is a traveling art exhibition originating in Charlottesville, Virginia. The installation was conceived and created by the artist, Rosamond Casey, as a collaboration with ten fictional characters who are compelled by circumstances to make objects. These artifacts contain a direct imprint of a private sorrow, longing, loss or fear. In 2011 the work was interpreted as a play and produced at Live Arts Theater, directed by Fran Smith. The music was composed by Joe Adkins for this performance. This YouTube piece is a compilation of images from both the play and the installation which was simultaneously displayed in the lobby of the theater.

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