Rémy Olivier Robin is a multimedia artist from Seattle, Washington and a student at The School of The Art Institute of Chicago.
Rémy mainly works in the mediums of analog and alternative photography methods. In his series on subcutaneous veins shot on color infrared film he explores the idea of the invisible; both in the literal sense being that the film reveals the venous pattern of a person without any need for photoshop or post production. As well as in the metaphorical sense being that color infrared and other older methods of pre digital photography are now often overlooked in the age of instant high definition imagery. Rémy's next project will be released soon and is a color infrared survey of Haida Gwaii which will be available in immersive stereo prints using the gum bichromate and agro type process.