Casey Egner is an interdisciplinary artist from Portland, Oregon. He received his MFA at the University of Pennsylvania and his BFA from the Pacific Northwest College of Arts. Casey’s work revolves around the possibilities of and fluidity of the term “drawing” and spans across a variety of mediums. In the past he has used repetitive gestures to create drawings which result in emergent patterns, but he is currently investigating the relationship between drawing, sculpture, and installation and how each venture informs and relates to the other. Currently, Egner is investigating different perceptions of forms in space through modes of drawing. These range from works on paper to explorations of athleticism within drawing. Utilizing drawing as a tactic for visualizing installations in a three dimensional space, his current work results in an investigation of forms, symbols and signs. In this way, it becomes almost a type of language with a potential to create meaning or a perceived logic within the work.