Carter Mull performs multiple roles within culture at large, engaging the production and the circulation of images. From painter and photographer, to director and designer, to publisher, curator, and writer, Mull’s practice treats the boundaries around segments of culture like parts of a montage, to be at times delineated, and at other times emboldened through synthesis. Sensitive to the relationship between time and subjectivity, his project employs televisual language to archive the basic units with which we trade social desires and political sentiments.

An interview with TOBIAS KASPAR