Charlotte Wall’s work attempts to prompt questions without supplying answers. The work seeks to present a subject matter while allowing plenty of space – literally and mentally – for the viewer to arrive at personal interpretations of the work.
Impediment - 2001
“If the work prompts a question in the mind of the viewer, it has accomplished it’s purpose.”
The Mark of the Question - 2002
Proceed with Caution - 2001
When I approach a concept, I draw upon research and seek to accumulate a body of information about art, philosophy, architecture, artifacts and cultures, relating to the context of the work at hand.
Some aspect about this information generates a physical form.
Green Johnson - 2000
“There is no absolute truth for many of life’s questions.”