Reflecting her fascination with death and the uncanny, Julia Robinson’s new exhibition is inspired by the poetry of Edgar Allan Poe. Severed limbs protrude from domestic objects and nearby walls. A giant dislocated tooth envelops a chair while dismembered arms reach out pleadingly from a wooden double bedhead. However, her dark subject matter is tempered with delicate needlework using traditional fabrics and quilting techniques that imply a labour of love and devotion. Although they are based on horrifically violent tales, the works in Robinson’s exhibition are ultimately beautiful and moving beyond their content; her finely crafted objects reflecting a playful and intricate creative process.