Adam Robinson uses found objects to create beautiful pieces of art. I love the way he plays with perspective by cutting, dropping or raising elements of the work to provide more depth and interest to the pieces.
Robinson's work feels entomology collections displaying everyday items in a new way that commands attention and ask the viewer to examine things much closer. The repetition and regulation makes the viewer explore themes like mass production and waste. Reframing what once were throwaway objects as fine art makes the viewer question what art is and why some things are considered worthy and others not.
Mounting works in cases allows for natural variations in light and shadow allowing identical objects to appear different despite being displayed directly alongside or above one another.