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Momento Mori

Angle on a grave marker covered in lichen at Green Wood Cemetary, Brooklyn, New York.

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Andrew Cornell Robinson

Andrew at work in the studio.

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Abraham

2019 Photograph on paper, ceramic, mixed media 50.5 x 33.5 inches As with the previous work, this persona titled Abraham (Hebrew for Multitude) was created as a contrast to Felix. In this persona as with the others, costumes were created and models were photographed, characters were imagined and work, specifically animations, prints and sculptural offering artifacts were created, exploring ritual, form and language.

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Felix

2019 Photograph enamel on metal, ceramic, gold, wood, lacquer 70 x 38 x 12 inches Many of my projects include a parallel process that I use to generate ideas, images and narratives that help me make sense of how I make work. In this case I use character studies or personae which I name and imagine their motivations and desires. I use a persona like Felix (Latin for Lucky) as a means of generating images and language that then intuitively evolve in my drawings, prints, and other works. The persona, in effect becomes a faceted mirror of the world, that I make artifacts and images about and for.

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Charlotte

Photographs of the persona Charlotte Corday from the project Accidental Revolutionary. Hand sewn corset and gown in collaboration with Greg Climer. Make up Jeffrey Goldstein, performance by Andrew Cornell Robinson

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Charlotte

Photographs of the persona Charlotte Corday from the project Accidental Revolutionary. Hand sewn corset and gown in collaboration with Greg Climer. Make up Jeffrey Goldstein, performance by Andrew Cornell Robinson

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