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Tim Carter completed post-graduate studies in Art at Curtin University of Technology in 2007, receiving First Class Honours. His interdisciplinary practice incorporates elements of video, performance, installation and drawing, allowing for a sustained interrogation of the personal, the cinematic, and their intersection.

Tim's work has featured in a number of exhibitions, including: Long Distance Relationship, IASKA (2007); For A Moment the Blissful Feeling of Being Able To See It All, Moores Building Contemporary Art Gallery (2008); Cream of the Crop, Cannery Art Centre, Esperance (2008); and, The Building Show, 399 William Street (2008), in which he shared curatorial and managerial roles.

Tim has also held various positions in arts education and administration, tutoring digital art at both Curtin University of Technology and Kalamunda Senior High School, whilst more recently conducting video production services. This includes working at the 2008 Perth International Arts Festival for the opera A Flowering Tree, Perth Concert Hall (2009).

Tim recently shared a studio residency at the Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts with Shannon Lyons, in which they combine the roles of artist and curator in their video and installation based project entitled Three Sixty, along with being a contributing artist for the collaborative group show The End.

Image 1-2: The Manifesto Collection and Tissue, Video Installation, 15.00mins, 2007.