Studio Visit with Andrew and Gabriela from Eyelevel B.Q.E.

Early influences from Carmen Miranda to wonder cabinets...

Listen in on the conversation with artists Andrew Cornell Robinson and Gabriella Alva Cal y Mayor as they discuss Robinson's art work, his influences, ideas and some of the stories that inform his visual art.

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Andrew and Gabriella collaborated on several projects together including Bloodlines, a multimedia investigation into a revisionist history of the lives to two revolutionaries. Below are selected works which were either discussed during the studio visit or were included in curatorial projects with Eyelevel.

Bloodlines Project, by Andrew Cornell Robinson

Bad Tokens, Andrew Cornell RobinsonMrs. Ritterbush has a secret, Andrew Cornell Robinson

About the people in this studio visit

Andrew Cornell Robinson

Artist Andrew Cornell Robinson's work includes ceramics, sculpture and work on paper. As a maker his work examines material traditions, which inform the creation of peculiar and eclectic objects often framed in personal and historical narratives about power and human relationships. He is the principal and founder of acrStudio, the arts + crafts research studio in New York City where he works and also teaches art and design at Parsons, the New School for Design.

Gabriella Alva Cal y Mayor

Curator and artist Gabriella Alva Cal y Mayor is the creative eye behind EyeLevel B.Q.E. an artist-run project that explores projects and ideas in the art and design fields. She collaborates with artists, designers and produces projects, exhibitions, events and more; with the intention of bringing the community closer to the things we see, believe in and do.