Casey Klein lives and works in Los Angeles, a self-taught artist with a prolific studio practice of over 15 years. Process heavily informs Klein’s work. After first choosing the orientation of each largely abstract piece, she masks the border and maps both the painted forms and the negative space, planning the layers, geometry, and organic curves that comprise the ultimate composition. In this series Klein uses color to reflect on the nature of memory. Vibrant hues, symbolizing recent and vivid experience, are layered under a faded palette to represent the progression of memory, fading and malleable over time. Formatting each piece as a bordered rectangle furthers the nod to photography, so that her works become abstract snapshots of a sort, complex in their presentation of multiple moments in time.