‘The fineness of things’
The deep mapping projects of Tim Robinson’s art and writings, 1969–72
in Unfolding Irish landscapes
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Nessa Cronin argues that Robinson’s overall work can be regarded as a practice of deep mapping. With a focus on two sets of artworks from his early career (Moonfield and To the Centre), as well as short prose writings and essays in The View from the Horizon, Setting Foot On the Shores of Connemara, and My Time in Space, Cronin’s essay explores the fragmentary connection that Robinson draws between these two stages of his life and career.

Unfolding Irish landscapes

Tim Robinson, culture and environment

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