Rebecca Carter is an artist, educator, and writer living and working in Dallas, TX. Her work investigates expansive notions of relationship as the basis for an ethical and aesthetic life. Her groundless thread drawing, video installation, and photo-based projects have been exhibited at the Dallas Museum of Art, the Nasher Sculpture Center, the Dallas Contemporary, the exterior walls of the Dallas Omni Hotel, Road Agent Gallery, The Reading Room, 500X, the Cheongju International Craft Biennale in Korea, The New York Center for Book Arts and Arts Religare in India. Her project No Place Like Home will be included in a book by Gil Perry, Playing at Home: The House in Contemporary Art, forthcoming from Reaktion books. Rebecca has extensive teaching experience including four years as Assistant Professor of Intermedia at Southern Methodist University, Adjunct positions at Eastfield College, TCC South and Trinity River Campuses, as well as Texas Christian University. She has worked on numerous museum education projects with institutions such as the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, the Dallas Museum of Art and the Rachofsky House. Once in a while, she produces workshops for the public at Oil and Cotton Creative Exchange.