Ed Carter creates context-specific, musical compositions and interdisciplinary artworks, with a focus on process and the translation of shared architectonic principles across art forms.
Over 40,000 people boarded ~Flow, Carter’s timber tidemill floating in the River Tyne created with Owl Project.
He has collaborated with a wide range of partners including architects, scientists, engineers, and programmersCarter’s album ‘Phonautogram’ was described by The Wire as “A work of consummate craftsmanship, as detailed and delicate as an old fashioned timepiece.”
Obviously architecture and our environment have such an effect on the way we live our lives, and I think I’ve always looked at structures and shapes in a slightly musical way. I think about the sort of rhythms inherent within a structure.Ed Carter
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