Smartphone snaps: Julia Robinson shows us life in the studio


“It’s like a hunger that I have when I’m in the middle of a body of work, even on bad days when things aren’t going right—I wake up in the morning and all I can think of is, I want to go to the studio.” — Julia Robinson

Using her smartphone, Julia Robinson is giving us a look into her life and practice: her textiles, her cat Chewbacca, and where she lives and creates.

Taken during the national lockdown in May, and featured in our July/August magazine, Robinson’s images show a gentle glimpse into life in Adelaide at a particular moment in time. Read our profile with Robinson, where she talks through the tales and folklore that informs her art.

Feature Words by Art Guide Australia