Robinson imbues his often monumental canvases with both pointed socio-political commentary, a variety of collaged found objects and rambling (self-)questioning texts as the artist continues to break down the hard edges of the painted grid while mapping his psyche. Philosophy, myth, memory spirituality, history and poetry are themes that manifest themselves through the installation, paintings and drawings on display. His works, ranging from hard-core underground paintings to the unbearable lightness of his works on paper, testament to Robinson’s dexterity in conveying not only the monumental and weighty, but also the complex and the sublime. Physical elements of his practice—from nails, wires, CD’s and glass to textiles, hair, stones and burned objects—are as symbolically resonant as they are vast-ranging.