Watermans. London. June-July 2017


Rolinson works were shown at Watermans Gallery London in an exhibition curated by Watermans and V&A Digital Co-ordinator Irini Papadimitriou. It included the award winning installation work Flown made from hand folded acrylic and programmed LEDs developed in collaboration with Sean Clark.


Cube Gallery, Phoenix Leicester. 2015


Melt, Splinter and Thread are sculptural installations made through a process of drawing, model making and research into materials and technology. Melt, Splinter and Thread were shown for the first time collectively at Cube Gallery, Phoenix Leicester in 2015.

Funded by Arts Council England, supported by the ICOT at De Montfort University. Made with the assistance of creative technologists and programmers Dave Everitt, Sean Clark, Graeme Stuart and Luke Woodbury.


Anise Gallery. London. 2018


“The sheer ease with which we can produce a superficial image often leads to creative disaster.”
Ansel Adams
"A Personal Credo” (1943), published in American Annual of Photography (1944)

In the full context of Ansel Adams’ quote, he compares the ease with which a simple photograph can be produced to the lengthy time and effort put into the creation of a good etching or watercolour. A great photograph however, follows a similar considered, process driven approach as would any etcher / watercolourist. The manner in which Adams mastered his medium, and believed in the depth of the medium, is akin to the artists we have selected for this exhibition; methodical in their approach, the resultant work is a product of their obsessive meticulous processes.


V&A. London. 2017


Since the 1960s, artists and programmers have used computers to create prints, drawings, paintings, photographs and digital artworks. This display celebrated 50 years and more of computer-generated art, exploring aspects of chance and control.


Interact Digital Arts. LCB Depot Gallery. Leicester


A collaborative exhibition with Sean Clark showing key drawings and a maquette made in the development of Revolve, Signal Brass, the Facet Series, and the first screen based works generated in the Drawing App. The exhibition explored the connection between algorithmic-based works that are made using handmade techniques and computer programming.

The exhibition opened with an ‘in conversation’ event with Dr. Fabrizio Poltronieri, Lecturer in technology at De Montfort University Media School and Cesar Baio visiting artist-researcher at i-DAT (Plymouth University | U.K.) and associate professor at Universidade Federal do Ceará | Brazil.