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Loops from the series Mt Jim Magnetic Anomaly, 2011


120 x 90 cm.

Edition of 5 plus 1 Artist's Proof.


Contact Collectionair for details about the artwork:

Alix Janta-Polczynski - In-house Curator

"In 2015, the Australia Council for the Arts awarded Robbins a prestigious two-year Visual Arts fellowship. "

Another print of this image is currently exhibited at Cameron Robbins: Field Lines at MONA (Tasmania)

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Born in: Australia

Cameron is based in Melbourne and studied Fine Art (Sculpture) at Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology and the Victorian College of the Arts to 1990;  lectured in art and design at RMIT since 2000; awarded Australia Council Visual Arts Fellowship in 2015, and New Work Grants in 2011 and 2013, and various commissions. From May to August 2016, Cameron has a major exhibition, FIELD LINES, at MONA, the Museum of Old and New Art in Tasmania. In 2015 he was awarded a prestigious two year Visual Arts Fellowship, by the Australia Council for the Arts. Also is 2015 he completed a major permanent installation for the Yarra Ranges Regional Museum -MILLKULTURE, a large scale wind-powered drawing instrument passing through layers and rooms of the Museum. Also that year he showed at galeri oqbo in Berlin, Brighton Festival in UK, and a solo show and a collaborative installation at Anna Pappas Gallery, Melbourne.

Read about Cameron Robbins' exhibition at MONA (Tasmania) here.

To see more about the process and the making of the works, click on "Meet the Artist" and watch the video.

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