Photography by Neil Hanna
Charlott Rodgers’ approach to materials is dissident and unconventional. As a practice-based studio artist she investigates the creative applications of glass and ceramics. Charlott explores and combines conflicting and incompatible materials with the somewhat volatile nature of foam glass within her artistic studio practice. Trained and skilled in traditional making methods and techniques she actively breaks the rules of restrictive traditional glass and ceramic fabrication techniques.
As a material activist, Charlott wants to challenge perceptions of beauty, craft and methods of making, actively drawing on the disciplinary context of Sloppy Craft and Craftivism. Charlott holds an MFA in Glass from Edinburgh College of Art and has exhibited in the UK including the British Glass Biennale 2022.
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