‘Another half-humanized boulder lying on unprofitable ground’?
The visual art of Tim Robinson/Timothy Drever
in Unfolding Irish landscapes
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Catherine Marshall investigates Robinson’s relationship with other visual cultures in Ireland. Marshall places Robinson and his earlier persona Drever in a visual context of the west of Ireland, alongside other Irish artists such as Paul Henry and Seán Keating, inviting speculation on the artist as voyeur or social activist, on the relationship between images and words, and between art and power. Although Robinson’s maps and writings serve as typical entry points into his work, Marshall explores how they also function as artwork.

Unfolding Irish landscapes

Tim Robinson, culture and environment


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