We told ourselves we needed separate beds to sleep
We told ourselves we needed separate beds to sleep.
A flat surface, flattened, flattened again.
I don't believe in photographs. They are anxious. I am anxious. I enjoy making them.
Through a process of flattening, via scanning, re-photographing or both, images are made together. New relationships are forced. The surface reflects my anxiousness as the space that is both image and image of image.
Kiron Robinson is represented by Sarah Scout Presents, Melbourne.
Image: Kiron Robinson
Young woman kissing old man while he turns his head away 2014
archival pigment inkjet print on Baryta paper
42 x 31.5cm
courtesy the artist and Sarah Scout Presents, Melbourne