J. Casey Doyle creates sociopolitical works that question our relationship to gender roles/stereotypes and sexuality. Utilizing a combination of video, performance, sculpture and craft, his exhibition at the Contemporary Arts Center entitled I Am My Own Cheerleader explores acts of transformation – taking ownership, granting permission, overcoming resistance, and becoming one’s own advocate.
J. Casey Doyle is an Assistant Professor of Art and Design at the University of Idaho. He received his MFA with an emphasis in Sculpture from The Ohio State University in 2007 where he was a University Fellow. He holds a BFA with emphases in Sculpture and Metals & Jewelry and a BA with emphasis in Spanish from New Mexico State University. Doyle has exhibited his work internationally and nationally; most recently in a group show entitled Molt! Speculative Identities in Berlin, Germany and a new body of work entitled Made by a Man in a solo show at The Ohio State University Mansfield Pearl Conard Art Gallery.
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