Robin Leverton is a 27 year old, London-based artist studying for an MFA in Computational Arts at Goldsmiths, with a background in Fine Art, Product Design, Set Design and 3D Art for Games.

My work investigates systemic collapse through installation and performance. Utilising robotics, machine learning and computer vision, I construct dynamic relationships between audiences and their environment to question their role in its collapse. Through this lens I seek to develop analogies to the fractal self-similar systems that govern our societies and environment. By creating systems that are designed to fail, I aim to draw attention to the compulsory participation within a global economy that is destroying both our planet and our societies.


Email: robinlevertonart@gmail.com

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/robinleverton/


Visions in the Nunnery, Nunnery Gallery, London, 2022

Digital Design Weekend, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, 2022

Sub_Systems; Goldsmiths College, London, 2022

Checkpoint: Basement Squabble; Goldsmiths College, London, 2022

Small talk, my animal; Online, 2020

Size Matters; Fringe Arts Bath, Bath 2019

Glitches and Defects; LoosenArt, Millepiani, Rome 2019

Micro; AIR Gallery, Altrincham 2019

Abstract Expressionism; Byron Bay Gallery, Byron Bay, Australia 2019

Love Stories; Art Number 23, London 2019

Flock 2017; GX Gallery, London 2017

Degree Show; Chelsea college of arts, London 2017

Kunstables; The Morgue, Chelsea College of Arts, London 2016

Translations; Chelsea College of arts, London 2016

In the Far Future; The Clayton Arms, London 2016.

Territories of practice; Chelsea College of arts, London 2015.

Trip the Light; A-Side B-Side Gallery, London 2015.


2021 –

MFA Computational Arts, Goldsmiths


Second Class Honours, BA Fine Art, Chelsea College, University of the Arts London 


Video Games Art Production (Part Time), Escape Studios, London