Jenny Robinson's work is informed by her immediate environment, where she lives, works and goes has a direct impact on the subject matter she is drawn to.

Her work for the past 2 decades has been a personal documentation of the  past, present and future of her own rapidly changing surroundings.

Robinson's  Studio in San Francisco, based in an area of postindustrial decline and populated by architecture on the periphery of people’s vision, is, like many other areas of the world, undergoing huge change and gentrification. Her work reflects and builds on her own visual experience of the constant cycle of demolition and re development around her.

Recent work includes

An on-going series of experimental constructs exploring ways to transform familiar and recognizable structures,  by deconstructing  and manipulating them, into  architectural frameworks which exceed themselves to become visually more ambiguous.

'Parcel - Hunters Point' 
A projected series of large works documenting the destruction and changes that gentrification is having on the historic buildings  around Robinson's Studio at The Hunters point Shipyard.