Trina Robinson

Trina Michelle Robinson is based in San Francisco and is interested in exploring memory through video, archival materials, and text. Her video essay The Call has been exhibited in New York at the 2018 Governors Island Art Fair and the Wassaic Project’s 2018 summer exhibition Change of State, and in the Bay Area at Root Division and Southern Exposure. Her work has also screened at the Blackstar Film Festival in Philadelphia, NewFilmmakers NY at Film Anthology Archives, Crested Butte Film Festival in Colorado, and the Museum of the Moving Image during the Queens World Film Festival. Her performance and written pieces have been included in the Museum of the African Diaspora’s I’ve known Rivers project, and New Jersey Dramatists Which Way to America at the Jersey City Museum and Puffin Cultural Forum. She has worked in print and digital media as a managing editor and in production at California Sunday Magazine, The New Republic, T: The New York Times Style Magazine, Vanity Fair, and content team at Slack. She also worked as a drama and spoken word poetry teaching artist at Women’s Project and Productions in New York.

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Cast In Bronze

by Trina Robinson

Trina Robinson, while researching online, discovers a shocking family history.

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