Born and raised in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia, Robbin Deyo now lives and works in Montreal, Québec. She completed a BFA at Emily Carr Institute of Art & Design, Vancouver, in 1995 and received a MFA from Concordia University, Montréal, in 1998. Her work has been presented in exhibitions across Canada, in the United States, and Europe. Among her recent solo exhibitions are Imaging the invisible, (Axeneo7, 2010), Spin (La Bande Vidéo, 2010), Flow (La Chambre Blanche, 2009) and sweet sensation (Southern Alberta Art Gallery, 2005). Group exhibitions include Artefact Montréal 2007 – Urban Sculptures, Specific Objects (Charles H. Scott Gallery, Vancouver 2004) and the 1st edition of Manif d’art (Manififestation internationale d’art de Québec, 2000).