Funded Research

  • Co-Investigator: “Droned Life: Data, Narrative, and the Aesthetics of Worldmaking” (UKRI Future Leaders Fellowship, PI Dr. Beryl Pong, Centre for Drones and Culture, Cambridge). Working in partnership with the Imperial War Museum Institute, Drone Wars UK, and Human Studio Limited, the project is creating dialogues between public and industry stakeholders in the drone world, creating research-led artworks (to be exhibited in spaces such as the Imperial War Museum) that explore the relationships between drone technology and society.
  • Co-Investigator: “Museum Visitor Experience and the Responsible Use of AI to Communicate Colonial Collections” (AHRC BRAID, PI Dr. Joanna Tidy, Sheffield). Working with Leeds Royal Armouries to scope the attitudes of public and industry stakeholders towards AI technologies, exploring their potential to be applied thoughtfully and responsibly to help investigate and ultimately communicate the colonial histories threaded throughout the Armouries’ collection. See also:



Book Chapters

Journal Articles and Peer Reviewed Publications

Articles (non-refereed)

Proceedings (refereed)

Research Practice

This section details specific works that have been published standalone and excludes those created for exhibitions or for academic publications.

Artist’s Books

Anthologies and Journals

Digital Interactives

Academic Presentations

Public Engagement

Media Coverage

Invited Public Talks

    Reverse date order

  • Carter, R. 2023. Invited: “Waveform”. Wait, this is Poetry? The Common Press, November 2023.
  • Carter, R. 2022. Invited: “Encoding Signals – Writing the Alien”. OulipoToAI, October 2022.
  • Carter, R. 2022. Invited: “Signals”. Guillemot Press Book Launch, 17 March 2022.
  • Carter, R. 2021. Invited: “Algorithms, Waveforms, and Orbital Reveries”. Runnymede Literary Festival, March 2021.
  • Carter, R. 2021. Invited: “Writing with Algorithms”. ArtBlab, March 2021. Available at: See also:
  • Carter, R. 2020. Invited: Artists’ Books Now: Futures. British Library, February 2020. Available at:
  • Carter, R. 2021. Invited: “Waveform”. But There is No Land Near the End. Glasgow School of Art, March 2018. See:
  • Carter, R. 2015. Invited: Wor(l)ds in Collision—Art, Poetry and Wittgenstein. University of Exeter, June 2015.
  • Carter, R. 2014. Invited: The Long Goodbye: A Conversation across a Century. University of Exeter, August 2014.


Press Releases

Other Activities