Ceramics, resembling the body, inspire me to create forms that metaphorically represent humans in different situations.Each project is an encounter with the moment when bodies, stripped of their integrity, adapt to or resist geometries, orders, architectures, and control systems.
My focus is to challenge the prevailing societal inclination to reduce meaning to a fixed state, resisting objectification and utilitarianism.
Instead, I explore the inexpressible, transitional, seemingly useless, and illegible concepts. I strive to distort representation, allowing it to waver and falter, aiming to awaken the spiritual, ephemeral, and sensual aspects through intentional disruption.
Charlotte Dualé is based in Berlin and Monoblet.
She is represented by the gallery Parliament, Paris.
Nov 22, Berlin art link, studio visit by Gillian N. Osborne
March 22, Les nouveaux Riches Magazin on Impuzzibil by An Paenhyusen