Costa Rican artist and scholar Marton Robinson has an interdisciplinary background informed by his studies in both Physical Education and Art and Visual Communication. He completed an MFA at the University of Southern California. The result is a multimedia art practice which investigates modes of communication and translation - of history, culture, and identity - that challenge popular culture’s representations and assumptions. Robinson’s work exposes the nuances present in the Afro-Latino experience, enriching the critical discourse of contemporary works of the African Diaspora.
Robinson has participated in exhibitions in spaces such as: The Getty Center, Los Angeles, California; Museo de Arte y Diseño Contemporáneo, Costa Rica; Vincent Price Art Museum, California; Fundación Ars TEOR/éTica, Costa Rica; Museo de Arte Costarricense, Costa Rica; University of California, Los Angeles New Wight Gallery, California; Eastside International, California; X Bienal Centroamericana, Costa Rica; Pacific Standard Time LA/LA, CA; Aidekman Arts Center, Boston; Le Palais...de Tokyo, France; Bergen Kjøtt, Bergen, Norway; Centro de la Imagen, México; Pleasure Dome, Canada; ARTBO, Bogotá, Colombia; Prizm Art Fair, Florida; Mandeville Gallery, New York; Gallery GVCC, Casablanca, Morocco; Centro; Museo Amparo, México; 21st Biennial Contemporary Art Sesc Videobrasil, Brazil; Trienal Internacional de Performance Deformes, Chile.
Robinson is a recipient of the University of Southern California Artist International Fellowship, MADC Inquieta Imagen 15 Award, Alter-academia Residency and The Fountainhead Residency.
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