Location: Musgrove Park Taunton

This exhibition explores the trajectory of Fiona Robinson’s influences from landscape and horizon lines through architectural spaces to the echoes of music and voices through empty rooms. The work reveals a deep engagement with surface, line and the representation of space through an exploration of how drawing and music connect as languages and as areas of practice. The work on show comes from different projects. Drawings made in response to the Modernist design of the Swiss American Architect, William Lescaze’s, High Cross House in Dartington are exhibited alongside those responding to Bach’s Suites for Unaccompanied Cello; John Cage’s lyrical piano piece, In a Landscape 1948 and string and piano music by both Gustave Fauré and Claude Debussy. Exhibition at The Wall Musgrove Park Hospital Taunton runs until 19 February 2017. Image: Bergamasque Suite, Debussy, Graphite and mixed media on paper, 112 x 140 cm