This work is made up of cut-outs from a 1960's atlas, demonstrating the rich political history of the era.
“My work reflects my passion for colour and the processes of collecting and arranging. Found and sometimes forgotten materials with their own sense of history are a great source of inspiration. I aim to transform these objects to exist in a more contemporary and ordered context, with a clean and vibrant aesthetic.
I also enjoy the emotional response that colour and repetition can bring, and the notion that once the materials are rearranged and framed they become perceived in an altogether different way.”
With a degree in Theatre Design, Adam Robinson draws inspiration from the glowing population centres seen in photographs of earth taken from space at night.
All Over The World is mounted behind glass within a dark brown, wooden frame.