Casey Farina is a Phoenix-based artist who creates audio/visual artwork from iterative-electronic processes. This work often combines Farina’s expertise in animation, sound design, visual effects, digital fabrication, and improvisation. Farina’s animated-graphic scores have been described as “imaginative,” and are frequently presented domestically and internationally. Farina is a winner of the 2017 Contemporary Forum Grant. Farina was commissioned by the City of Phoenix to create an interactive audio/visual installation for the 2017 Intersection event at Art Detour, one of Phoenix’s premiere art events. Farina was selected for the second round of the 2013 and 2017 Creative Capital Grant in addition to receiving to receiving public art commissions from Tempe, Glendale, and Scottsdale, AZ. Farina was awarded a residency at the Atlantic Center for the Arts in 2011. Farina is an active artistic collaborator and his work with choreographer Mary Fitzgerald has been presented at the International Computer Music Conference, the Breaking Ground Dance festival, the sub(Urban) Projections festival, and the Frame + Film dance film festival. Casey is a residential faculty member in the Digital Media Arts program at Glendale Community College.