About


Irwin / Robinson


James Irwin and Will Robinson met on the Computational Studio Arts MFA at Goldsmiths in 2009. Their first collaborative projects Nine and One were exhibited at 10, Goth on Bus, London in May that year. They were invited to show Nine at The Middle of Nowhere: Objects and Actions in the Abyss, at the Departure Gallery in March 2010.

Later in 2010 they set up a studio together, where they continue to work closely on individual and collaborative projects. Their collaborations can be broadly grouped under the title Systems of Understanding.

 
James Irwin

James Irwin studied Fine Art at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne, graduating in 2005, and went on to complete a Masters in Computational Studio Arts at Goldsmiths between 2008-2010. He was awarded the 2012 Bursary Award by the Royal British Society of Sculptors, and has participated in a number of group exhibitions since 2005. He has had three solo shows, most recently 'Hopeless Communication', 2011, at Space in Between, London.
Will Robinson

Will Robinson studied Computing and Interaction Design at Goldsmiths, University of London between 2006-2009 and completed an MFA in Computational Studio Arts at the same university in 2011. He has had exhibitions in London, Dublin and Barcelona, where he won the NEM art Award in 2010, for his ongoing collaborative project, titled Thig with artist Mad Mohre.
 
CV

  • 2012 - Art Licks Annual, ICA, London
  • 2012 - Joint Ventures, Space in Between, London
  • 2010 - The Middle of Nowhere: Objects and Actions in the Abyss, Departure Gallery, London
  • 2009 - 10, Goth on Bus, London