ABOUT

I am a visual artist who works across a multi-disciplinary spectrum, predominantly creating temporary sculptural installations. A combination of which feels fun and unsettling, analogous to attempting to negotiate and navigate adult life.

The work displays themes of age, access, gender, colour and social conditioning. These themes take shape in low-grade DIY sculptures in a set design format or assemblage sculptures.

The work is not a solid or fixed object, previous works exist only through documentation. Objects are interchangeable, one touch and the whole thing will fall the pieces. Precarious objects birthed in a precarious way. Also, behind the colourful aesthetic there is an uncomfortable level of anxiety between objects. My interests are growing further into the value of all things seemingly useless; unexceptional things are part of being human.

BIO

2013-16 BA (Hons) Painting Camberwell College of Art, University of the Arts, London

GROUP EXHIBITIONS/PROJECTS

2014 – Emerging Artists – Affordable Art Fair, London

2014 – MiAL at The Lethaby Gallery, Central Saint Martins, London

2015 – UNIT, Dilston Grove Gallery, London

2015 – The Ideal Homeshow, Harts Lane, London

2015 – MiAL Pop-up, We Built This City, London

2015 – RELAX, House Exhibition in South east London

2016 – Combat for Comfort, Safehouse 1 & 2, London

2016 – PArt of US: Displaced Artists, Auction and Exhibition, Central Saint Martins, London

2016 – Camberwell Undergraduate Summer Show, Camberwell College of Art, London

FEATURES

It’s Nice That, 2017

For any further information please contact me via email: charlotte.w_x@hotmail.co.uk

www.GIFCreator.me_gCxJRZ

 

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