Charlotte DEVELTER (1987)

In her paintings, characterized by layers creating depth and space with traces of the digital, Charlotte Develter has developed a language where each gesture is to be understood as a thought as well as an image of a gesture. The highly textured surfaces of her paintings are soaked with radiant pigment, which interacts with the flatness of the canvas opening windows on an illusory world, but fully taking part in reality offering a sophisticated yet paradoxical object.
Charlotte Develter, primarily known for her abstract paintings will present a group of new works as well as a film narrated by Suzanne, a fictional character used by Charlotte to talk about the more intimate aspects of her work and take distance from the strict census of paintings, redefining them. She has been developing this fictional character since 2013.