Robinson wasn’t working completely isolated from the community in London. She was also an avid supporter of the local art scene and she volunteered at Museum London over the years.
“She was an exceptional, competent and generous volunteer,” says former Museum London director Nancy Poole. “She always had something very intelligent to say.”
The everywhere filigree of enpencilled architectural guidelines throughout Côté’s work suggest the work is, in some ways—and in contrast to instances of exquisite, even masterful detail—half-imagined, or, if you’d prefer, half-dreamt, akin in space to the swirling translucence and precise geometry of a dream partially inhabited at waking.