Rob Carter uses photography, stop-motion animation, and time-lapse video to spotlight architecture and its shifting historical and cultural significance. He has exhibited work in numerous locations worldwide including solo exhibitions in New York, Madrid, Chicago Milan, Poland, and Rome. 2010 saw him exhibit his work at the ICA in Philadelphia, Ramis Barquet and Bruce Silverstein Gallery in New York and the Shanghai World Expo. Additionally, he received a NYFA Fellowship and took part in residencies in Austria and Spain. He completed his B.F.A. at Oxford University and attended Hunter College’s M.F.A. program.
Image credit: Carter, Culte, 2010