Cameron Robbins: Residency & Exhibition
Castlemaine based artist Cameron Robbins will be in residence at Hepburn Wind from October 16 to November 4. This residency will culminate in a two-day exhibition of drawings, film and photos held at the Leonards Hill Hall.
Robbins’ work seeks to make tangible the underlying structures and rhythms of natural forces. He has a studio and travel based practice, making installations and exhibitions transcribing natural forces into drawings, photos and sound works.
In 2016, Robbins presented in Museum of Old and New Art (Tasmania) their first solo exhibition by an Australian artist. His exhibition, Field Lines (2016) spread across the nine galleries within and outside of the Museum presenting Robbins’ drawings, sound and video works, photography, installations and sculptures that were interpreting natural phenomena.
Robbins works as a jazz and experimental musician on clarinet and saxophone and is a part-time lecturer in Sculpture at RMIT. He studied Fine Art (Sculpture) at RMIT and the VCA to 1990 and was awarded the Australia Council Visual Arts Fellowship in 2015 and New Work Grants in 2011 and 2013. He lives and works from Castlemaine Australia.
You can see his Robbins’ works two-day two day exhibition at the Leonards Hill Hall on the 3rd and 4th of November.
- Where: Leonards Hill Hall
- Address: Leonards Hill Hall, 2095 Ballan-Daylesford Rd, Leonards Hill
- When: Saturday 3 Nov: 2pm – 6pm and Sunday 4 Nov: 10am – 2pm
- RSVP: Through the Facebook event