Name:

Justin Carter

Job Title:

Reader in Contemporary Art Practice: Art and Environment

Department:

Sculpture & Environmental Art

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Image:

Oak gall ink on paper by Justin Carter
from the installation ‘Elephant in the Room’ at Rockingham Castle (2021)

Oak gall ink on paper by Justin Carter

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Justin Carter

My research is an attempt to understand the natural environment we are part of. How do we sense it and make sense of it? The resulting (art)works are an attempt to make this connection tangible. Looming environmental concerns have caused me to look specifically at the role and responsibility of the artist and to engage with active elements in the landscape. My research explores the extent to which the creative practitioner can move towards a non-human perspective.

Justin Carter on RADAR

Artwork contributed to publication 'Dark Mountain' (issue 21)

Artwork contributed to publication 'Dark Mountain' (issue...

19/04/22 15:27

'Material Agency and Meaning' - part of the 'Practicing Landscape: Landscapes of Energy and Extraction' series (2022)

'Material Agency and Meaning' - part of the 'Practicing L...

24/03/22 16:33