Carter Hanson is a visual artist currently living in Saint Paul, Minnesota. Carter received his Bachelors of Fine Arts in Art & Technology from The Ohio State University in 2016. Students and faculty in this research area engage the meaning and material of science and technology through the production of interactive installations, electronic objects and interfaces, moving images, 3D modeling and animation, art games, tactical media, bio-art, performance, digital imaging, rapid prototyping, critical making, holography, internet art, sound, and emerging forms. Carter also studied graphic design at Minnesota State, Mankato from 2011-2013. Outside of creating artwork, he also enjoys playing drums, fishing, golfing, gaming, and travel.
Urban Arts Space, Columbus, Ohio
50 W Town St.
BFA Senior Project Exhibition
The Department of Art, Bachelor of Fine Arts Senior Projects Exhibition features the work of graduating art majors from The Ohio State University. The artists developed the work from a range of media and approaches during their course of study at Ohio State.
Tuesday, April 19, 2016 to Saturday, May 7, 2016
Urban Arts Space
Reception: Saturday, May 7, 5-7 PM
I allow people to rediscover the fundamental aspects of what makes us human through moving imagery, digital fabrication, installation works, and a variety of mixed media. By manipulating everyday aspects of our world such as light, gravity, sound and space, I take you outside of your normal self and place you in a new and vulnerable sense of being. This new world is one that lets us think deeper about who we are and how we function. Think for yourself, and always question what you see.