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A Congregation of Ideas Across Multiple Projects

A collection of related works about process, personal and constructed identities, craft materials and meaning, drawing and language.

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Congregation of Wits

An exploration of drawing through print making, animations, sculpture and related ephemera based on over thirty years of daily drawings in sketchbooks.

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Cruising

An ongoing series of portraits exploring flirtation and desire.

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Fruit Bowl Manifesto

Installation images from the exhibition An Accidental Revolutionary a Fruitbowl Manifesto. It includes ceramics, prints, garments, performance collaborations and sculpture.

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Inventory Drawing

A series of exploratory works on paper.

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My Cup Runneth Over

A project exploring the vessel form and notions of gratitude, plenty, poverty in material or humanity.

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Offering Bowls

A series of bowls containing multiple sculptural artifacts exploring collections, and notions of artifacts as relic.

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Paintings

My paintings take up space, they are not polite, or tasteful, they don’t provide a window into another world, they are objects that make a stand in this world. That's good. I like that.

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Personae

Several of the projects in my studio over the past decade have begun with an imaginary persona. They are often inspired by radical, revolutionary and queer characters, based on historical or literary figures.

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Truisims Redux

Inspired by John Carpenter's campy science fiction film "They Live," and Jenny Holzer’s “Truisms”, a series of text-based works that were once placed into the empty theatre marquees along 42nd Street, visual artist Andrew Cornell Robinson has drawn and an

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Votive Portraits

Portraits drawings with charcoal, water color and ink on paper.

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