Art Artwork from Australia. Published by anonymous on Tuesday 13 May 2014.


Year: 2012

Kiron Robinson uses a range of mediums including neon, video, photography and installation to investigate the idea of doubt and failure as constructive devises. Continually chasing ways of articulating that, which by its own definition, is beyond articulation, leads to a paradoxical reasoning in Robinson’s work, which unravels as it constructs. Materials are chosen and placed with great care.

Since 2003 Robinson has exhibited his work widely both nationally and internationally. Recent exhibitions include Immanent Landscape, Kurumuya Museum, Japan (2011), Here’s the tender coming (Whoopee) We’re all going to die, Pallas Project, Dublin (2011), Encounters with the Uncanny, Gippsland Regional Art Gallery (2011), If I take the time will I get it back, Sarah Scout, Melbourne (2010) Unseen Forces, Institute of Contemporary Art, Sydney (2010) And the Difference Is, NUS, Singapore (2008); 17th of December 1987, West Space, Melbourne (2008); Octopus 8, Softness in the Rock, Hope in Disappointing Times, Gertrude Contemporary Art Space, Melbourne (2008); Manila Bites, Green Papaya Art Space, Manila (2008). In 2012 Robinson partook in a the inbound residency program through Apexart, New York, and from 2005 – 2007 Robinson was a Gertrude Contemporary Studio resident.

Artwork Details
I Ham 2012, resin, steel.

Winner of the 2013 The Substation exhibition award