Robyn WoolstonArtist, Film-maker, Lecturer / academic, Researcher, Gallery educator
Robyn Woolston is an artist who works across installation, photography and moving image. Her work focuses attention upon the parts of life that others shy away from, from waste materials to difficult emotions. She questions commercial meta-narratives and material 'use' against the back-drop of environmental urgencies. Her previous installations have included 7500 ice-cream containers, 45,000 carrier read full statement
|Activities||Lecturing, Residencies, Public art, Private commissions, Film-making|
|Artforms||Environment, Film & Video, Installation, Photography, Sculpture|
|Tags||waste, site-specific, site-responsive, environmental, mortality, mutliples, installation, sculpture, langauge, Hull|
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'City of Culture year will be a powerful catalyst for change in Hull'
Hull - City of Culture 2017
Hull Daily Mail First Person response to the forthcoming City of Culture status, the legacy of Liverpool 2008 and the run-up to 2017.
Nantes, France - Scoping Mission with the British Council
09/02/2014 – 11/02/2014
Scène Nationale of Nantes (National Center for Contemporary Arts), the Lieu Unique is a space for artistic exploration, cultural effervescence and conviviality. It mixes genres, cultures and people.
"Our purpose...has been to develop & strengthen connections between the UK & the Nantes region, both bilaterally & in wider multilateral projects." Julia Handelman-Smith. British Council.