The Architect's Newspaper - John P. Gendall
Baby It's Cold Inside (excerpt)
"While the work is most definitively wintry, Robinson manages to generate a sense of paradox by leaving traces of other seasons in some of the frames. Snow stills summer's trampoline and basketball hop and park bench. Frozen garden plants or the ropes of a golf course seem caught in a silent death. Blades of fresh, green grass emerge from under the blanket of an early snowfall, creating a tension between seasons coming and going. Though not stated directly, what remains hauntingly implicit in the snow is an awareness of changing environmental conditions brought about by human intervention".