Post written by Fiona Hillary
Cameron Robbins’ work has piqued the interest of arts writers and editors since his early installations and sculpture exhibitions. Often working closely with writers and curators, Cameron’s work is reflected in their ideas and concerns encompassing drawing, installation, kinetic art and mechanical movement, environmental concerns, works of duration, data visualisation and interaction with natural forces.
Cameron Robbins is a prolific and generous artist who is happy to discuss his work and processes. Consequently, he has appeared in a wide range of interviews, broadcasts, newspaper reviews, critical essays. His work appears regularly in the media and art publications in Australia.
In 2010 he publish a his first a monograph – a survey of work to date, and has since been featured in significant catalogues and surveys by Phaidon and MONA Press.