Charlotte Colbert (b. 1985, New York, USA) is a Franco/British moving image and multimedia artist who lives and works in London. She completed her MFA at London Film School in 2009. Language, psychoanalysis and sociopolitical constructions of gender and identity are at the heart of Colbert’s practice. Colbert’s recent ceramic series continues her play with the inversion and subversion of the inside and the outside. Bodily functions and reproductive organs are reimagined through baby pink lacquered and flocked ceramic sculptures of viral cells, breasts and stomachs.
Selected solo exhibitions include: ‘Guests: A Day at Home’, V&A Museum of Childhood, London (2018); ‘Ordinary Madness’, Gazelli Art House, London (2016) and ‘In and Out of Space’ (a public commission at 90 Piccadilly) London (2015). Selected group exhibitions include: ‘Fibra Residency Show’, Von Goetz Art, London (2019); ‘Mademoiselle (37 Women Artists)’, CRAC Centre Regional d Art Contemporain Occitanie, Sete, France (2018); ‘From Selfie to Self Expression’, Saatchi Gallery, London (2017) and ‘Daydreaming with Stanley Kubrick’ (curated by James Lavelle and James Putnam), Somerset House, London, (2016). Colbert has held presentations at Art Basel Hong Kong, Istanbul Art Fair, Art Basel Miami and Photo London.