Casey Lance Brown (b. 1978) is an American lens-based artist who studied at Duke University, Harvard Design School, and as a fellow of the American Academy in Rome. His work often reveals the perverse ways in which human systems use, divide up, and adapt to the planet’s surface. His digital composite imagery results in very large format, expansive scenography which has been exhibited and collected in the U.S., Italy, Russia, UK and Switzerland.
Recent honors include The FENCE 2016, exhibited in select cities throughout Georgia, inclusion in group exhibitions like The Big Picture in Denver, CO (2017), Scope Art Fair, Vol. 5 in Miami (2015), Center for Fine Art Photography in Fort Collins, CO (2014), 311 Gallery in Raleigh, NC (2017), and the MINT Museum in Atlanta, GA (2016). Brown won the Rome Prize in 2010-11 and is a Prince Charitable Trust Fellow of the American Academy in Rome.