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Hepburn Wind Farm Projects

Leonards Hill Hall
2095 Ballan-Daylesford Road
Leonards Hill

Saturday 3 November,  2pm-6pm
Sunday 4 November, 11am-4pm 

Renowned artist Cameron Robbins has undertaken a residency at Hepburn Wind farm during October. Over the duration of the project Cameron has run numerous site experiments, created a series of incredible drawings and light works and tested new ideas. 

This project culminates in a two day only exhibition and presentation of outcomes at Leonards Hill hall over two days; Saturday 3 and Sunday 4 November. This is a wonderful and rare opportunity to see and acquire work created in the district of Daylesford, gain insight into Cameron’s approaches and speak directly with the artist. 

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Cameron Robbins works to make tangible the underlying structures and rhythms of natural forces. He has a studio and travel based practice, making installations and exhibitions transcribing natural forces into drawings and sound works, in art centres and other sites in Australia and around the world including Japan, Norway, Switzerland, South Korea, China, Denmark, Germany and the UK.

In 2016, Cameron presented in Museum of Old and New Art (Tasmania) their first solo exhibition by an Australian artist. Across nine galleries within the Museum and installations outside it, Field Lines 2016 presented the span of Robbins’ drawing practice, alongside sound and video work, photography, installation and sculpture that interpret natural phenomena. 

Robbins has just installed a major permanent work at MONA, Wind Section Instrumental, a 50 year wind drawing project installed outside and inside the Roy Grounds Library. 

Robbins works as a jazz and experimental musician on clarinet and saxophone, and a part time lecturer in Sculpture at RMIT in Melbourne, Victoria since 2000. He studied Fine Art (Sculpture) at RMIT and the VCA until 1990 and was awarded Australia Council Visual Arts Fellowship in 2015, and New Work Grants in 2011 and 2013. He lives and works from Castlemaine in regional Victoria, Australia. He is represented by MARS Gallery in Melbourne, and Stockroom in Kyneton, Victoria.