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.
Guilty Published August 15, 2014
SWINDON ON THE COUCH Published April 27, 2012
JUBILEE Published April 14, 2012
the museum of possibilities Published February 04, 2011
Dreams, Masks & Mirrors Published February 02, 2011
The Book of Everyone Published February 02, 2011
Gnome Published April 06, 2010
The Dolls Published April 05, 2010