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Andrew C Robinson
Brooklyn, NY
Neighborhood: Bushwick



ARTIST STATEMENT:

Andrew Cornell Robinson's work includes ceramics, mixed media sculpture and work on paper that often bridges eccentric content with craft and assemblage materials. Using industrial design personae and other narrative strategies, Robinson creates works that explore revisionist histories through the production of art and craft objects. He employs an interdisciplinary approach to media and making; primarily creating ceramic sculptures and works on paper with an array of media and methods including mixed media sculpture, painting, drawing, printmaking and performance.


He works under the auspices of the arts and crafts research studio; a multidisciplinary workshop where he develops independent and collaborative projects with curators, designers and artisans and an interdisciplinary group of makers.


Robinson received an MFA from the School of Visual Arts, New York City, and he studied ceramics at the Glasgow School of Art, Scotland, and the Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, where he received a BFA in ceramics. He lives and works in New York City and is a member of the faculty at Parsons School of Design.

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  • Hung Trophy
    2017
    Ceramic, thrown, hand built and glazed
    14.5 x 13 x 10 inches
    Wall mounted ceramic trophy is part of an ongoing series of disobedient objects. Looking at banal or normalized objects associated with accolades or positions of power and undermining their status, we

  • Three of Cups
    2016
    Glazed Ceramic, Stained and waxed Oak
    18 x 5.5 x 8.75 Inches

  • Off the Rails
    2016
    Porcelain with matte mottled white tin glaze and black glossy glaze
    10 x 6 x 9 1/2 inches

  • DETAIL Off the Rails
    2016
    Porcelain with matte mottled white tin glaze and black glossy glaze.
    10 x 6 x 9 1/2 inches

  • Yellow Shield
    2016
    Porcelain with tin glaze
    30 x 20 x 3 inches

  • Grotto (Verso)
    2016
    Three dimensional print, epoxy resin, cut glass crystals and gold leaf
    48 x 40 x 24 inches

  • Grotto
    2016
    Three dimensional print, epoxy resin, cut glass crystals and gold leaf
    48 x 40 x 24 inches

  • Rebellious Heart #7 (Beat)
    2016
    Ceramic, oxides and stains, metal, plastic
    12 x 10 x 8 inches

  • Rebellious Heart #2 (Figure Head)
    2016
    Ceramic, tin glaze, cast and slumped colored glass
    12 x 10 x 8 inches

  • Rebellious Heart #9 (all-seeing-cup)
    2016
    Ceramic, green and yellow glaze, slumped glass, plastic
    12 x 10 x 8 inches

  • Rebellious Heart #1 (Sacré-Coeur)
    2016
    Three-dimensional printing of continuous-fiber composites, with pigmented epoxy resin
    12 x 10 x 8 inches

  • Rebellious Heart #8 (Providence)
    2016
    Ceramic, oxides and stains, metal, slumped glass
    12 x 10 x 8 inches

  • Rebellious Heart #10
    2016
    Ceramic, oxides and stains, plastic
    12 x 10 x 8 inches

  • Still Life #5 with Charlotte
    2016
    Wood, glazed ceramic, framed silkscreen on paper
    Variable 45 x 18 x 16 inches

  • Still Life #1 with Ghost Print
    2016
    Wood, glazed ceramic, framed silkscreen on paper
    Variable 45 x 18 x 16 inches

  • Drawing Inventory: Manifesto II
    2016
    Relief print, colored pencil, acrylic, plastic, silkscreen, collage on paper
    30 x 40 inches
    A drawing inventory is a project that I do at the conclusion of any given body of work or significant event in life. It is a way for me to take stock and make sense of the morass of images and emotion

  • Drawing Inventory: Manifesto IV
    2015-16
    Acetate film, silk screen, ink, pencil, plastic, acrylic, plaster, string, collage on paper
    30 x 40 inches
    A drawing inventory is a project that I do at the conclusion of any given body of work or significant event in life. It is a way for me to take stock and make sense of the morass of images and emotion

  • Marat Mahākāla (red)
    2014-15
    Silkscreen
    18 x 24 inches
    This project is a result of a collaboration between Andrew Cornell Robinson and Michael Kirk with help from students of Parsons and Cooper Union. This project is part of a new series I am engaging in,

  • Marat Mahākāla II
    2015
    Silkscreen
    96 x 90 inches
    This project is a result of a collaboration between Andrew Cornell Robinson and Michael Kirk with help from students of Parsons and Cooper Union. This project is part of a new series I am engaging in,

  • Marat Mahākāla
    2014
    Silkscreen, wheat paste installation
    108 x 300 inches.
    This project is a result of a collaboration between Andrew Cornell Robinson and Michael Kirk with help from students of Parsons and Cooper Union. This project is part of a new series I am engaging in,
 








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