Kiron Robinson is a visual artist who uses a range of mediums including neon, video, photography, and installation to investigate the idea of doubt and failure as constructive devices. Robinson also participates with Melbourne music performance groups Des Peres (2001-2007) and the Escalators Project (ongoing). Robinson graduated from the Victorian College of the Arts in 2004, where he currently works as a lecturer in the Photography department. From 2005–07 Robinson was a Gertrude Contemporary Studio resident. Robinson exhibits his work nationally and internationally. Recent exhibitions include Immanent Landscape, Kurumuya Museum, Japan (2011); Whoopee we’re all going to die, Pallas Contemporary Projects, Dublin, Ireland (2011); If I take the time will I get it back, Sarah Scout, Melbourne (2010); Unseen Forces, Institute of Contemporary Art, Sydney (2010); And the Difference Is, NUS, Singapore (2008); Octopus 8, Softness in the Rock, Hope in Disappointing Times, Gertrude Contemporary Art Space, Melbourne (2008); Manila Bites, Green Papaya Art Space, Manila, Philippines (2008).
Kiron visited apexart from Melbourne, Australia from February 21 - March 22, 2012. He was recommended by Quenton Miller, visual artist based in Australia. See his Resident Page for more information.