Luke Robinson is a film theorist and an interdisciplinary video and photography artist whose practice involves teaching, thinking, writing and creating. Before becoming an artist Luke directed numerous short narrative films and a TV-length documentary called Hometime, which is distributed by Ronin Films.
Luke’s more recent artistic practice uses images of movement and sound to create different temporalities of thinking and feeling. In addition to his creative work with Move in Pictures, Luke is writing a PhD thesis on the temporal experiences of erasure in classical Hollywood genre film at the University of New South Wales (UNSW).
Luke believes that teaching is a creative endeavour and he has taught at universities in the United Kingdom and Australia. Luke is currently teaching film and media at UNSW and at University of Technology Sydney. He is also the treasurer of the Sydney Screen Studies Network.