Nick Carter is an artist/educator living in Providence, Rhode Island.
His studio practice is based in painting but involves printmaking, sculpture, installation, clothing, performance, photo, and video. His paintings are often formal investigations of pattern, color, and material, made with dyed and painted fabric. They are ideally seen in-the-round and in a state of flux, subjected to shifting currents of air and light.
Nick’s clothing line, ASMR homegoods, reflects similar inspirations: natural and artificial camouflage, trompe-l'œil quilting motifs, and walking past private property.
Nick is also the Visuals Coordinator at AS220 Youth — an afrofuturist arts education program prioritizing “beyond risk” young people in Rhode Island — where he has worked since 2011.
You can see view or download his CV here.