4 days ago

Elaine Robinson

Mitch Turnbull placing her thumbprint on ‘Consevation Eye’ ( rotating circle)
‘ In 1968 humanity was blessed with the image of Earth from space. It was at that moment we realised how fragile and vulnerable our planet; our home is. Yet 50 years later we continue to rape our natural resources, wipe out species and pollutants into tje atmosphere. We, as filmakers, storytellers, communicators need to do more to change hearts and minds to save our planet.’ Mitch Turnbull - October 20th 2020.

Mitch Turnbull is a highly experienced, award-winning filmmaker who has made conservation and natural history 16:9 and VR content for broadcasters, studios and organisations for over 20 years. Clients include Oculus, Disneynature, BBC Earth, The Smithsonian Channel, National Geographic Channel, Discovery Channel and the UN. She has acted as a VR Advisory Associate to BAFTA and was recently made a South West Creative Technology Network Immersion Fellow, carrying out research into how immersive technology influences opinion and changes behaviour in conservation and humanitarian advocacy content. www.bramblemedia.co.uk

EarthSongs - The WildScreen festival has launched their inaugural Wildscreen Official Selection. EarthSongs joins a roll-call of world-class nature and conservation content.

‘EarthSongs’ is a beguiling, playful and creative interactive audio-visual mixed reality app, that explores natural soundscapes through play, experimentation and creation while highlighting the beauty and importance of sounds in nature to our wellbeing and cultural heritage. The app is introduced by a volumetrically captured hologram of Sir David Attenborough.
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4 days ago

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Tuesday 20th October 2020 and a historic conversation between Sir David Attenborough and Greta Thunberg- Wildscreen Festival. (
Wildscreen Festival 2020 goes virtual Join Wildscreen Festival 2020 to explore the very best of the natural history industry, celebrate the Panda Awards nominees and network with the best in the international wildlife community.) - Demonstrating the important role film & information has in global education and awareness, the conservation eye is a small rotating circle on the conservation panel. I met Mitch Turnbull - festival nominee for Earthsongs who placed the first fingerprint on the conservation eye. Sue Martinau ( interim CEO ( Wildscreen) and Lizzi Daly Lizzie is a (Welsh wildlife biologist, broadcaster, filmmaker and conservationist - hosting events at Wildscreen). The conservation eye was with Wildscreen for 24hrs to catch the virtual discussion. Thank you all for making your mark on SPOTtimespotTIME- the nationwide artwork.
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6 days ago

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Earth Optimism - A New Dawn ( May 2020) Thank you Wildscreen. A historical conversation - such an honour to document on ‘ Conservation eye’ ( small rotating circle on conservation panel for filmakers in the natural world) 💚 More soon ....... ... See MoreSee Less

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6 days ago

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SPOTtimespotTIME and the #Conservervationeye for the #Conservationpanel documenting the historical conversation with #sirdavidattenborough & #GretaThunberg tonight at 7pm. Too important to miss. #historicalconversation #oneplanet #alllife #wildscreen #wildscreenfestival #wildscreenfest ... See MoreSee Less

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6 days ago

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SPOTtimespotTIME and the #Conservervationeye for the #Conservationpanel documenting the historical conversation with #sirdavidattenborough & #GretaThunberg tonight at 7pm. Too important to miss. #historicalconversation #oneplanet #alllife #wildscreen #wildscreenfestival #wildscreenfest ... See MoreSee Less

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6 days ago

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More photos soon of a lovely day....with Mya- Rose Craig aka Birdgirl ..and her lovely family.

‘Putting my fingerprint down,
alongside everyone else’s felt permanent and powerful; ..Like I was refusing to let my identity fade’
Mya- Rose adding her fingerprint to the conservation panel for SPOTtimespotTIME.
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1 week ago

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Abject poverty is demeaning, is an assault on the dignity of those that suffer it. In the end it demeans us all. It makes the freedom of all of us less meaningful.

#NelsonMandela
#ActAgainstPoverty
#internationaldayforeradicationofpoverty
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2 weeks ago

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With great honour I can announce 'Lee Durrell, widow of Gerald Durrell, famous author and conservationist'.
Is participating in the ‘Conservation Panel’ of SPOTtimespotTIME Thank you #geralddurrell #conservation #spottimespottime #spottimespottimeartist #identity #life #alllife #socialdocument #art #nationwideemergingartwork #royalacademy #life #animalsandnature #conservationmeanslife en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lee_McGeorge_Durrell
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2 weeks ago

Elaine Robinson

With great honour I can announce 'Lee Durrell, widow of Gerald Durrell, famous author and conservationist'.
Is participating in the ‘Conservation Panel’ of SPOTtimespotTIME Thank you. #Conservationmeanslife.
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2 weeks ago

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This inspiring woman is on BBC World Service today. Such a sincere passion for all life and beauty.
The Conservation Panel for SPOTtimespotTIME will be launched by Birdgirl this week. Watch this space.......🙂 and listen to Birdgirl and what she has to say.Listen out for me on BBC World Service News today!
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2 weeks ago

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2 weeks ago

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On a very wet rainy Sunday -4th October 2020 ...a family supporting James ( Jim) Green whilst he ran a marathon- ‘ Its been incredible to have family here and to run for a fantastic charity - ‘ Young Bristol’ - who have been doing incredible work with people during lockdown’ James helps to coach young runners. On what should have been the London Marathon ( 26 mile run) - James ran Covid style and then all his family also became part of a nationwide artwork SPOTtimespotTIME as they added their family fibgerprints to the Covid -19 satellite circle. Thank you Cathie, James and family. ... See MoreSee Less

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3 weeks ago

Elaine Robinson

The Conservation panel for the nationwide artwork SPOTtimespotTIME has the pleasure in announcing

Dr Mya-Rose Craig D.Sc. h.c.

Birdgirl

Founder & President Black2Nature
birdgirluk.blogspot.com
www.facebook.com/myarosebirdgirlcraig/
@BirdgirlUK

will adding her fingerprint. #conservationmeanslife #spottimespottime #nationwideartwork

Thank you.
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3 weeks ago

Elaine Robinson

Had the honour of documenting the a wonderful Marathon runner yesterday and his wonderful family - COVID style. This is his supportive daughter laying her fingerprint on Marathon day.

They added their fi gerprints to the Covid -19 satellite circle.

More to follow -

amp.theguardian.com/sport/2020/oct/04/strangest-ever-london-marathon-is-a-virtual-hit-with-43000-...
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4 weeks ago

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Pandemics, nature and us | Extinction: The Facts ... See MoreSee Less

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1 month ago

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2 months ago

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Affordable gift circles-.Drawn to order. Perfect for Christmas gifts, birthdays or other celebration. A legacy present associated with SPOTtimespotTIME emerging nationwide artwork. Please DM or call 07764894428 ( Any animal or bird of your choice. ... See MoreSee Less

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2 months ago

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Trojan Skin - Elaine Robinson ( Vidoescape) 9th September 2020 ... See MoreSee Less

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2 months ago

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Matt outside Buckingham Palace adding his fingerprint to the nationwide artwork SPOTtimespotTIME London Panel‘ - Happy to go along with the inclusivity of the comment- Art has an important role to play in culture especially in the documentation for the future.’ ...Thank you so much Matt ... See MoreSee Less

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2 months ago

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Walking back from the South Bank I walked through Parliament Square and headed over to Buckingham Palace. The day had presented very few opportunities for fingerprints. Usually in a day I can gather anywhere between 200 -400 fingerprints and certainly a full panel. Covid health guidance, anxiety, anticipation, fear, and new ideas about privacy and dna contributed to an interesting day. Thank you all for taking part in the first London SPOTtimespotTIME Walkabout. Matt outside Buckingham Palace said ‘ Happy to go along with the inclusivity of the comment- Art has an important role to play in culture especially in the documentation for the future.’ ...Thank you so much Matt 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less

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2 months ago

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Caroline and Matthew were another smiling couple near the London Eye who I managed to engage in the work. The one way systems on the walkways proved a little tricky in terms of connection. ( Of course - I know that is the general idea 🙂 ) Caroline ‘ Initially I was cautious - but really happy to be part of something- making a statement in the present about the past for the future.’ Matthew ‘ Hapy to be part of a nationwide artwork’ Thank you so much Caroline and Matthew for your wonderful optimistic contribution to the London Panel of SPOTtimespotTIME. ... See MoreSee Less

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2 months ago

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Young ‘ Didn’t think about it’ & happy to add his fingerprint to SPOTtimespotTIME London panel, however his wife Nicki really wasn’t sure and didn’t add hers saying ‘ it’s mine and I’m not sure as anything could be done with it’ ...Thank you both. ... See MoreSee Less

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2 months ago

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Immi and her sister were a little unsure but happy to add their fingerprints wearing plastic gloves to the London SPOTtimespotTIME panel. Thank you both. ... See MoreSee Less

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2 months ago

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Joan and Chris felt ‘Mystified and also a little strange ’ to be asked for their fingerprints. Thank you both for adding your fingerprints to the London Panel, of the nationwide artwork SPOTtimespotTIME. ... See MoreSee Less

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2 months ago

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Simon Paula and Tinsel- I met outside Downing Street after a stroll down from Trafalgar Square. Collecting fingerprints is an altogether different experience because - it’s sanitised...with caution, fear, hope and a feeling that everyone is waiting for instruction. People have a bubble of space that has/ must be protected for all sorts of reasons. Boundaries are wider - so approach - connection- eye contact difficult. Paula and Simon said they ‘immediately felt like it was an invasion of privacy’ Thank you for your time and interesting discussion. ... See MoreSee Less

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2 months ago

Elaine Robinson

‘ We are all one’ Hema Patel said - on behalf of all the Patel family...seen here adding their fingerprints In Trafalgar Square to the nationwide art work London Panel of SPOTtimespotTIME on the first of three London visits on the 30th August 2020. ... See MoreSee Less

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2 months ago

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Felipe ‘ This idea that we empathise with each other and are more tolerant is incredible’ Thank you Felipe. ... See MoreSee Less

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2 months ago

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Slawek ‘ We are all one - but we all play a part’ Thank you Slewek ... See MoreSee Less

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2 months ago

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Ranjit ‘ It’s nice to know it’s meaningful in this day and age - when my digital fingerprint has become more powerful’ adding his fingerprint to the first of three visits for the London SPOTtimespotTIME Walkabout. ... See MoreSee Less

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2 months ago

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Nicolas ‘ I feel positive - the difference makes us unique - but we are all human’. Thank you Nicolas - who chose to wear a plastic glove..Nicolas felt safer. He protected his dna - but the print was still evident. ... See MoreSee Less

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2 months ago

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30th August 2020 near Leicester Square. Thank you Darren for stopping for a moment in selling The Big Issue and for your fingerprint on the first of three London Visits🙂 for SPOTtimespotTIME ‘ Not the first time! - but happy to sit alongside everyone’ ... See MoreSee Less

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2 months ago

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Thank you to the wonderful people who work on The London Underground and also National Express. This work is about transcending difference and it’s about a united voice. ...Sadly I’m unable to show the photos without more senior permissions....however, they were all happy to document and comment ...the 30th August bank holiday weekend underground. Thank you Denise Leah and Jack 🙂 and the wonderful comment - ‘Smile -! it confuses people’ ... See MoreSee Less

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2 months ago

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2 months ago

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Interesting SPOTtimespotTIME London central walkabout today. ( There will be two more walkabouts. One will take place in Richmond in September and then in Dagenham in October) I shall write and post on Monday 7th Sept with a full update of the walkabout on Sunday 30th August. Such an overwhelmingly different experience. ... See MoreSee Less

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2 months ago

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First of three visits to London SPOTtimespotTIME Walkabout - 30th August 2020. It will be with or without a glove. I shall let you know 🙂 It has to be black ( Taxi) and red...( bus). ... See MoreSee Less

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2 months ago

Elaine Robinson

💚’’All life is part of a complex relationship in which each is dependent upon the others, taking from, giving to and living with all the rest.”
~ Jacques-Yves Cousteau
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3 months ago

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This painting has now been delivered to its new owner. It is now part of the political landscape and will serve as a reminder of our united fingerprint. Such an honour. ... See MoreSee Less

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3 months ago

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4 months ago

Elaine Robinson

To all professionals in the performing arts world, join & post a photo of you in your job. Just a picture, no description. The goal is to flood social media with our profession. Copy the text and post an image or two.

#SaveTheArts
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4 months ago

Elaine Robinson

In Equal Measure

Senses snarling defence and attack,
Collective calling calm,
Capitalist rigorous righteous ramblings,
Understand ! Underfoot tramping voice is asked once more, again and also,
Doff a cap!

Respect and balance call,
‘There is enough, enough for us all !
In equal measure.

Elaine Robinson June 2020
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4 months ago

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With today’s XR voice around the country....I repost today in support of their voice. We have one planet 💚 All love. ... See MoreSee Less

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4 months ago

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4 months ago

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Small detail from the new painting ‘ Deer Family’ ...🙂 Not long until it’s finished x ... See MoreSee Less

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4 months ago

Elaine Robinson

One of my favourite photos - 28th February ..Greta Thunberg: Bristol Climate Strike. A beautiful rain filled smudy fingerprint for the ‘Climate Strike Satellite Circle for SPOTtimespotTIME’ - We mustnt go back to our old ways. The photo incorporates so much hope. ... See MoreSee Less

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4 months ago

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‘Flying Away -Bird in Hand- A New Dawn’ Elaine Robinson 2020 ... See MoreSee Less

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4 months ago

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‘Veritas Redeem’ -June 2020

We are connected to everyone and everything on Earth. We are mirrors and energies - navigating alongside each other. When we separate from that whole and love money over life, honour and respect....for a time we lose something of our own essence. This painting is a single fingerprint of humanity with a reflective still centre. We are each other’s life learning. People come into our life when we are ready. Sometimes we don’t always see. Truth is always there - quietly shouting a silent roar. 🧡
Elaine Robinson June 2020

Veritas Redeem

Time back,
No replay.
Honesty holding truth.

Elaine Robinson.

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5 months ago

Elaine Robinson

“All life is part of a complex relationship in which each is dependent upon the others, taking from, giving to and living with all the rest.”
~ Jacques-Yves Cousteau
(11 June 1910 – 25 June 1997)

Unisonus - Elaine Robinson 2017
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5 months ago

Elaine Robinson

Wow What a lovely meet up. Had a walk in Bristol and took in the aftermath sight of recent historical events. I wondered how I could incorporate something so important into SPOTtimespotTIME which also ensured the comment was encapsulated with honour- respect and time specific. I had the pleasure to meet Miles Chambers ( Miles is a leading and popular poetic cultural commentator. An International performance poet, slam champion, playwright and broadcaster, he almost stole the show at mayor Marvin Rees’ official swearing-in ceremony at the M Shed with a dramatic rendition of a poem written especially for the occasion, Bristol, Bristol. On the spot, Marvin named his friend Miles Bristol’s first city poet laureate. ) ....being interviewed by CNN and after he kindly gave me his time to listen to the project - & also added his purple fingerprint to SPOTtimespotTIME Bristol Panel from the walkabout on the 30th March 2015 and also to the ‘Art - A Unifying Language’ Panel.....again a purple fingerprint. Miles was a gentleman.

‘Until the colour of a mans skin is no more significant than the colour of a mans eyes...there will always be war ! ....I felt amzing and shocked and redemptive at the realisation and experience of Colston being torn down and thrown into the sea’ Miles Chambers 9th June 2020 adding his fingerprint to the emerging artwork SPOTtimespotTIME. Thank you Miles 🙂
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