JIM CARTER
CV
Born, Worcestershire

EDUCATION
MA Distinction in Art & Environment, Falmouth University, 2013
MSc Award in Ecopsychology, Centre For Human Ecology, 2001

SELECTED PROJECTS & EXHIBITIONS
Bone Skin Spirit, Anima Mundi Gallery, St Ives, 2020
Beyond Ourselves, Anima Mundi Gallery, St Ives, 2020
Ode to a Nightingale, Anima Mundi Gallery, St Ives, 2020
Mixed Winter Exhibition, Anima Mundi Gallery, St Ives, 2020
Protected by Alarms, Anima Mundi Gallery, St Ives, 2019
Notes in the Garden, Tremenheere Gallery, Penzance, 2019
Mixed Winter Exhibition, Anima Mundi, St Ives, 2018
St Ives Festival, Mixed Show, Anima Mundi, St Ives, 2018
Animism, Anima Mundi, St Ives, 2018
Vulgar Earth, Theatr Brycheiniog, 2018
Drawing Down the Feminine, Bridport Arts Centre, 2018
The Hail Glow, Circa 21, 2017
Vulgar Earth, Canwood Gallery, 2017
The Dream and the Underworld, Dartington College of Arts, 2017
Borders, Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens, 2016
Drawing Down the Feminine, Plough Arts Centre, 2016
Transition, Newlyn Art Gallery, 2016
Lips of Adam, Magalleria, Bath, 2016
The Animal Venus, 2016
Amen & Omen, The Poly, Falmouth, 2015
The Tribe Prize, Edgar Modern, 2014
Soil Culture, Falmouth University, 2014
Ule, Atkinson Gallery, 2014
There Are Old English Gods, Falmouth University, 2013
Landscape, Shell House Gallery, 2012
Earth Artists, Oriel Gallery, 2011

SOUND & SCULPTURE INSTALLATIONS
Bone Skin Spirit, Anima Mundi, St Ives, 2021
Animism, Anima Mundi, St Ives, 2018
Drawing Down the Feminine, Plough Arts CentreM 2016
Amen and Omen, The Poly, Falmouth, 2015
There Are Old English Gods, A Final Show, Falmouth, 2013

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
Dark Mountain 19, 2021
About Place Journal: Rewilding, May, 2018
The Haruspex, 2017
Earthlines Magazine, Featured Artist, July 2016
Unpsychology Magazine Issue 3, June 2016
Resurgence Magazine, Issue 294, 2016
Earthlines Magazine, Nov 2015

RESIDENCIES
Self-funded Residency, Cape Cornwall, 2016 and 2017
Transition, Newlyn Art Gallery, 2016
Soil Culture Forum, Falmouth University, 2014

MEMBERSHIPS
Associate Member Of RANE (Research in Art, Nature And Environment), Falmouth University