Alexandra Robinson grew up in the military and has lived all over the world. Because of the semi-transient nature of moving every two years she has a longing for place and truth and explores these themes in her work. Robinson grew up with her immediate family; the intersection of her Mexican and Jewish heritages has cultivated a complexity in how she sees and experiences the world. Since 2012, she has been living in Austin, Texas by way of Kansas City, her adopted hometown. She received her MFA from the University of Cincinnati and currently teaches at St. Edward’s University in Austin. Robinson has exhibited throughout the country and internationally. Her most recent exhibition with collaborator Michael Kellner entitled, A little accident, like any other, opens at Mass Gallery in Austin this summer.