Charlotte Haywood lives regionally in Northern NSW on Bundjalung Country. She is an interdisciplinary artist that explores themes and practices from pop to the primordial. Colour often acting as catalyst creating works that thread disparate narratives of time and culture. Experimentally trading between the tactile and the digital. She seeks nuance, motif and language to decrypt and unfold multinarratives.
Her practices and materials can vary from hybrid architectural forms to the ancient technology of tapestry weaving in a symbolic unweaving and reweaving of interrogated histories and land management practices that seek parity of knowledge systems, gesture as language, synaesthesia, evolving multi-narrational video works, + ultimately investigating alternate living systems. She looks to untie hierarchies in light of multiplicity; or the mulitnarrative in an act of decolonising the self.
With one foot in the present and one in the past, she looks to the future for narratives, intersections and evolutions, holding symbol and language as crux.