Cameron Robbins

MARS artist Cameron Robbins will be giving an artist talk this Sunday, November 17 at Justin Art House Museum.

Robbins will discuss his distinctive art practice and its relationship to light and nature. His artistic practice interacts with the environmental elements and forces – wind, oceans, magnetic fields and light – in the creation of his works. The discussion will focus on the movements of the planets, moon and sun and his use of various works from over the years to illustrate how observing the heavens gives us our sense of perspective.


To secure your booking please visit Justin Art House Museum website.



MARS is proud to announce we now represent Cameron Robbins.

Cameron’s work is based on interaction with natural forces and the elements. He has devised many ways of producing a kind of collaboration between artist and nature.

Since 1990 he has produced exhibitions, residencies and commissions in Australia, Europe and Asia . These include exhibitions at Museum of Old and New Art MONA (Hobart), National Gallery of Victoria (International), Setouchi Festival of Art Japan, Artspace (Sydney), Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (Melbourne), Perth Institute of Contemporary Art PICA (Perth), Latrobe Regional Gallery (Morwell), Gallery Barry Keldoulis (Sydney), East China Normal University (Shanghai), Hong Kong and Korean International Art Fairs.