Robyn Woolston

January 26, 2011

Immersion is a visual meditation on loss, language and knowledge that takes the form of an art-house film drama about the erosion of indigenous language within the face of a dominant super-culture.

Passionate about people, relationships and the way the world works, Woolston’s practice reveals structures and raises questions concerning social, economic and ecological perspectives.

Working nationally and internationally, often with multiple project partners, Woolston ‘activates’ spaces by re-appropriating waste, confronting dogmas and encouraging creativity at an organisational and individual level. Her processes involve Installation, photography, moving image, print and on-line projects.

Watch ‘Immersion’ on the Micro Gallery