Charlotte Janowski is a sculptor and designer. She holds a BFA from Massachusetts College of Art & Design. She creates bespoke masks for performances and installations. Her work is known for its otherworldly abstract sculptural forms. She focuses on the intersection between cross-cultural mythology and archetypal identities. She explores the mask as a tool for shapeshifting. By combining abstraction & mask-making technique she produces a sculpted Rorschach test; a mirror for the viewer to project upon. The mask allows opportunity for new narratives to be birthed and inspire playfulness. Mask-ritual releases us from the constraints of identity. The mask itself can be a bridge, a vessel, a tool, or even a portal for transformations. The artist lives and works in Boulder, CO.