Charlotte Janowski is a multi-disciplinary artist merging sculpture, fibers, performance, installation, and photography. She is known for creating bespoke masks and abstract visceral forms. Her work explores the intersection between mythology and archetypal identities. The mask is used 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. She holds a BFA from Massachusetts College of Art & Design. The artist lives and works in Boulder, CO.