Cameron Robbins 'Remote Sensor'

MARS Gallery | 1-Apr-2019
MARS Gallery presents Cameron Robbins' new body of work Remote Sensor, as a part of CLIMATE + ART = CHANGE 2019. These works were produced during his recent residency at Hepburn Wind Farm. These Aenemopgraph photographs make tangible the underlying structures and rhythms of natural forces. Using his wind-powered drawing instruments, Robbins' installations transcribe the invisible energies of nature to create his works, reflecting the spirit and dynamics of a particular place in the land and atmosphere.
Venue: MARS Gallery
Address: 7 James Street Windsor, Melbourne, VIC
Date: 18 April- 18 May
Web: marsgallery.com.au
Cameron Robbins - Remote Sensor
Cameron Robbins, Leanganook Dark Emu, 2018, Giclee photograph on rag paper, 160 x 100 cm, edition of 5 + 2 AP
MARS Gallery are proud to join Climarte 'Art + Climate = Change' 2019, with new exhibitions from four contemporary Australian artists that each contemplate the theme of climate change.

The group exhibition opens Thursday 18 April 5-7pm, and will span across all four levels of the gallery, including the rooftop sculpture garden which offers expansive views of Windsor.

Cameron Robbins' new body of work Remote Sensor were produced during his recent residency at Hepburn Wind Farm. These Aenemopgraph photographs make tangible the underlying structures and rhythms of natural forces. Using his wind-powered drawing instruments, Robbins' installations transcribe the invisible energies of nature to create his works.

Robbins' wish is that the 'wind drawings' reflect the spirit and dynamics of a particular place in the land and atmosphere.

MARS will be one of over thirty leading Victorian galleries to join Climarte 2019, a socially engaged festival of curated exhibitions and events that unite art and activism.

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