About the Book
An annual by Jill Carter, Visual Artist, with images & stories in relationship to people, place, found objects and experiences. The 100 page colourful publication is a cross between a visual diary/photojournal & portfolio; a collection of projects, photographs, emails, blog extracts, thought for the day, poetry, correspondence and imperfect random musings. An insight into the practice of a collaborative consultative artist working in the UK in creative arts projects which explore the space between the artistic and social, promoting positive change to individual and community well-being. Well-travelled Jill's artist-led projects are underpinned by research and development of other cultures, such as Japan & India.
I am a digital storyteller. I love creating journals and badly behaved short run or one off art books/bags/bundles crammed full with quirky drawings, insightful and humorous text, photographs and archives of curios and found objects. As a visual artist, fine art trained, my practice explores how art can develop insight and inspiration, inspire creativity, acting as a catalyst for positive change, creativity and well-being. A natural chronicler, collector and curator, I enjoy playful, poetic and performative ways of responding to people, places and life.