Shana Robbins is an Atlanta-based artist and educator who works with transdisciplinary processes that cross a spectrum of performance, drawing/painting, textiles, film/video and installation. Her hybrid figures and cosmic cartographies arise from decades of eco-ecstatic movement and earth-honoring co creations with natural habitats around the world. She uses her body as site and threshold to show the world as a rhythm of interrelated patterns or beings imprinting themselves on each other.
Robbins has exhibited and performed in galleries, museums, and festivals internationally and has received fellowships and grants from the Andy Warhol Foundation, Vermont Studio Center, and Idea Capital. Her work has been featured in New York Times Magazine, ArtReview, and has been published in four books including Viriditas: An Anthology of Contemporary Women Artists, Magpie Magazine Publications, United Kingdom, 2014. Robbins is represented by Whitespace Gallery in Atlanta.