Julia Robinson

Julia Robinson is an Adelaide based visual artist working in the field of sculpture and installation. Her work stems from an enduring interest in various human responses to death, encompassing fear, religion and ritual. She draws inspiration from a multitude of sources including myths and legends, poems, Bible passages and European and Scandinavian folklore.

Since graduating from Adelaide Central School of Art in 2002, Julia has exhibited regularly both in Adelaide and interstate and has been involved in workshops, school residencies and collaborative projects. Recent exhibitions include Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art at the Art Gallery of South Australia, Damn your eyes at Greenaway Art Gallery, Slumber or perish at Anna Pappas Gallery, Some to the Stone at Latrobe Regional Gallery, and Pinch wood at Fontanelle Gallery. Julia has been the recipient of a number of grants and awards including the Australia Council New Work Grant in 2011 and has completed a residencies at Wilderness School, Adelaide, and Seymour College, Adelaide.

Julia is currently lecturing at Adelaide Central School of Art and works from Switchboard Studios in Norwood. Her work is held in the Art Gallery of South Australia and private collections in Australia. Julia Robinson is represented by GAGProjects, Adelaide.

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