Michael Robinson

Faintly Beyond Real: Mario Hugo

[RS Gallery] • Mario Hugo's experimental typographic approach, which features geometric shapes and graphic abstractions, has been put to the service of Beck, Decemberists, Interscope Records, Gogol Bordello, and Phish, among others. 

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Art is Magic

Come to the opening party for Sigils & Signs, a gallery show for artists using occult symbols from various traditions and times, each artist exploring what it means to be a magician in the modern age.

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Designing Dissent

A discussion hosted by RS Creative Director, Michael Robinson will feature Milton Glaser and Mirko Ilic and focus on graphic design's ability to convey how power is effectively used and distributed.

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Pop-Up Evolution

To all London Evolvers:  You are invited to gather on June 2nd at 6:30 pm for a lecture by Reality Sandwich's Creative Director Michael Robinson at Central St. Martins Pop Up Shop 2060 Show.

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Anakin Koenig

[RS Gallery] • Anakin Koenig makes sculptures and installations using inflatable objects that are transient, ephemeral, and dependent on interaction. "We have access to unfathomable experiences," he says, "if we are creative."

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Christopher Williams

[RS Gallery] • Christopher Williams has been devoted to performing and crafting choreographic works in New York City and abroad since 1999. A curious alchemist who naturally dissolves boundaries between various art forms, he has developed a unique style that dovetails rather than eclipses experimental dance with visual art, theater, puppetry, and music.

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Joel Gethin Lewis from UVA

[RS Gallery] • Joel Gethin Lewis is a member of United Visual Artists, a collective that has collaborated on live performances with bands including Chemical Brothers and Massive Attack. Their responsive installations, using lights and software, have been presented by theVictoria Albert Museum and the Tate Modern.

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Harlan Gruber

Harlan Emil Gruber's sculptures at Burning Man have been an underground favorite over the last few years. Combining sound installation with geometric form, they have offered a beautifully multidimensional experience to visitors who often spend hours lounging on the sculpture's platform, bathing in the aural frequencies.

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