Cameron Robbins is a male artist born in Australia, currently working in Australia.

Cameron’s work makes tangible the underlying structures and rhythms of natural forces. Over the last 20 years he has produced site-specific installations in art galleries, disused buildings and outdoor sites around Australia. These inquiries employ structural devices such as wind or ocean-powered mechanical systems. Their aesthetic is the result of both careful engineering and resourcefulness. The outputs of these site-specific installations include wind drawings and sound compositions. These interpretations of the dynamics and scale of the physical world suggest the complexities of the unknown.

Cameron is based in Melbourne and studied Fine Art (Sculpture) at Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology and the Victorian College of the Arts during the 1980s. He has lectured in Art is Public Space at RMIT since 2000. Most recently he was awarded The Contempora Sponsors Award and the Littoral Edge Award(2008).

Recent exhibitions/projects include:

2011 LSDM, Lunar Solar Drawing Machine, gbk, Sydney (solo show)

2010 Very Slow Drawing Machine, Fracture Gallery, Federation Square, Melbourne

Shanghai Weather Station, East China Normal University Art School, Shanghai

Setouchi International Art Festival, Seto Inland Sea, Japan

Super Slow Motion, Place Gallery, Melbourne Australia (solo show)

2009 Southern Marine Music Test Rig, MONA, Hobart Tasmania

The Hole Truth, Nowa Nowa, Vic, installation

Plutonic Section, Wall painting with Anna Ephraim

2008 Sept Heat: Art and Climate Change, RMIT Gallery
A permanent kinetic wind installation at Place Gallery, Richmond (Vic)

2008 May Lifeboat Reverie
Installations and development examining tide and weather in the boatshed on Queenscliffe (Vic) pier

2008 October Solar System
Permanent 1:1 billion-scale model of the solar system, place around Port Philip Bay

2008, April Depot
Co-ordinated site-specific temporary installations at the disused Grendas bus depot

2007, August Sea Shanties Wave Organ
Sound installation on Lorne (Vic) Pier

2006 Double Vortex
Permanent installation in the foyer of CH2, the Melbourne City Council’s new Green building