Robin Mouton

 
 

Robin Mouton

 We sing to you, dark gods beneath the earth.     

                                                        Aeschylus

A study of myth is a study of human fallibility. It is a darkness that attracts me. I have always wanted to live “back then” with the old gods: Odin wandering, disguised, among the common people, Circe turning men into swine, Medusa’s garden, heavy with stone corpses of sailors, the blood smeared visage of the terrible minotaur. All embody the beauty and calamity of what existence was and is.