Casey’s work is focused around issues of identity, specifically the psychological effect of the reflected image in the formation of identity and the role of mirroring in this effect. Her work explores the varying ways individuals interact with self-reflections and the mirror as an object. The work seeks to produce a space between a person and the mirror as a mediated space; one that is influenced by our self-image or psychological condition and reflected in the way we interact physically with mirrored surfaces and objects. The mediation of psychological and physical space, activated by mirrored or reflective surfaces, is linked to understandings of identity formation. If we are able to ask ourselves what is influencing how we mediate that space and identify the factors which impact on the understanding of our own image, we may come to better understand ourselves.