Elaine Robinson’s art explores our connection with each other, ancestry, time, nature and evolution
Born in the north of England and gaining an art and music degree, Elaine continues to develop a relationship with art and expression which works instinctively in the ‘moving moment’.
Elaine documents the social landscape by challenging the embedded social barriers. Public opinion creates the art and the unseen social comment. Often Elaine’s work asks us reflect and consider our own sensory perceptions to ourselves and also each other, always asking why we have become less trusting of these ancient and proven realities?
‘Turning ‘ages’ ( LIGAR i.) was the Ist installation completed by Elaine which had a successful two year city library tour around the UK. The work now permanently resides in the Westminster Reference Library in London’s West End. Writing groups were inspired by the work, which documented the significant relationship change we had with books, libraries, memories and publishing.
The 2nd of the seven emerging installations – ( which will be collectively known as LIGAR) ….is ‘SPOTtimespotTIME’ ( LIGAR ii) city walkabout has been touring since 2016. A levelling humanitarian comment, Elaine asks the public for their fingerprint. Inviting a discussion about how they feel when they hand over an important part of their identity – their print. The work, once completed will serve as a fitting tribute in theses turbulent political times as a suitable documentation of a diverse public. Accessible to everyone Elaine travels countrywide and citywide. This is your chance to have your fingerprint on a national artwork at a time of great forensic, our own dna and diverse political change.
Exploring aspects of time in relation to the person, Elaine also creates paintings which have a personal message on the back which is written at the time of ownership. These are unique paintings, no prints are ever made.
Elaine is part of the ‘manifest artists’ group, which is based in Bristol UK.