Leslie Robison uses drawing and video as forums to examine her
multiple roles as academic, mentor, wife, mother, and artist.
These often conflicting demands become fodder for commentary
that may read as critical self-reflection and/or institutional critique.
In order to replace the governmental authority of a public artwork with representations of individuals, I will be covering a replica of the Monument to the Spanish Constitution with images of St. Augustine's citizens holding a model of the obelisk in their hands. Meaning can shift as scale does.