Robin Lynch

Robin Lynch is an independent writer, critic, and curator from Canada. She is currently an MA candidate at the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, NY. She is the co-founder of, a research platform investigating the role of offshore strategies on art and infrastructure. In the summer of 2015, Lynch will be a research fellow at Henie Onstad Kunstsenter, Norway, where she will be looking at the early electronic arts and internet art show, Electra 1996. Recent projects she has undertaken include exhibitions Incorporate Me, 2015, Roundtripping, 2015; and Footnotes, 2014; as well as the publications Dear Helen, 2014, and Josef Albers: No Tricks, No Twinkling of the Eyes, 2014. She has participated in and/or helped to organize conferences and discursive events including the Hybrid Practices Conference, Spencer Art Museum, 2015; Representations and Materialities of the Offshore,and Offshoring and Virtual Economies, 2015; and Out of Writing: Evocation, Action, Territorialization, Judd Foundation, NY, 2014.

Last updated: May 9, 2024