Anne Robinson is a senior lecturer in Film Studies at London Met, her area of special interest is artists’ film, video and new media practice, focusing in particular on artists’ experiments with time and duration in moving image work.
Her work as a visual artist, working with video, film, digital media & painting has been concerned with the freeze frame: making paintings and prints from freeze frames and re-filmed video, and making video installation work. She is currently undertaking a practiced-based doctorate which deals with ideas about time, painting, and moving image languages, in particular exploring digital frames and the spaces of expanded cinema.
Anne has exhibited work at the V&A, Manchester Metropolitan University, Walker Art Gallery, in Minneapolis and on Channel 4. In 2007. her solo show, SlipFrame, took place at the APT Gallery in London. This event also included a symposium on the digital frame. Her article on on Documenta 12, All at Sea, was published in for Filmwaves magazine in Sept 2007. Her most recent publication is Underwriting:an experiment in charting studio practice in the Journal of Visual Arts Practice, spring 2009. Anne made a site specific video installation for 5 screens, Maybe in the Sky, in the planetarium at World Museum, Liverpool during the Biennial in autumn 2008. More recently, she had a solo show entitled Slow in the university’s Unit 6 gallery at JCAMD.
Projects by Anne Robinson at The Facility:
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