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.
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.
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
Hiya, enjoying the blog very much, let me know when I can see exhibited work. Is there any chance of using pages from your Unit 3 or Unit 4 sketchbook as A* exemplar work?
I will, there should be some work exhibited around may. No problem about using sketchbook pages, ill upload my A2 sketchbooks when next home.