The research based practice of Charlotte Norwood is habitual of a
theoretical, critical and journalistic nature that is often used
as conceptual software to formulate fictional texts and less
frequently, physical artworks. Her current project on ‘Melancholic
Cryptonymy and the Aesthetic Threshold of Detectability’
investigates the work of hauntological artists and the melancholic
antiheroes of literature in relation to psychoanalysis and
technology as a form of encrypted and protracted mourning.
Since graduating with a BA in Fine Art and Critical Studies from
Goldsmiths, University of London, Charlotte Norwood has exhibited
across Europe and at Raven Row, London, has studied under Ceal
Floyer at the HFBK in Hamburg, worked for Frieze magazine and
guest lectured and tutored at Manchester University. She currently
lives and works in Berlin.