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Robin Simpson


Robin Simpson is an art historian, curator, and student based in Vancouver where he is enrolled in the Ph.D. program in Art History at the University of British Columbia. His current research investigates Video Art of the 1970s and 80s and the interplay of video technology between artists’ studios and clinical psychotherapeutic contexts. He is a contributing author to A Play to be Played Indoors or Out: This Book is a Classroom (Ed. Corinn Gerber, Lucie Kolb, and Romy Rüegger, Passenger Books, 2012), Heteropolis (Ed. Adaptive Actions, 2013) and Sarai 9: Projections (Ed. Raqs Media Collective and Shveta Sarda, Sarai / Centre for the Study of Developing Societies, 2013). Notable conferences include: Historical Materialism (London, 2013) and College Art Association (New York, 2013). Recent projects include the multi-part exhibition and publication series To Become Whole (The Whole Issue) examining the counterculture resource the Canadian Whole Earth Almanac, co-curated with Danielle St-Amour and first presented at The Banff Centre in winter 2013.