Charlotte Janowski is an artist, costume designer, and dancer. She designs bespoke masks and curates performances and installations. She is known for creating otherworldly sculptural pieces. Conceptually she focuses on the intersection between mythology and identity using the vehicle of abstract fairy tales. She explores the mask as a tool for shape-shifting facets of the psyche and the ability to create cognitive dissonance with abstraction. The mask acts like the Rorschach test; a mirror for the viewer to project upon. The mask allows opportunity for new self narratives to be birthed and inspire playfulness. Mask-ritual releases us from the constraints of social identity. The mask itself is void. It can be a bridge, a vessel, a tool, a mirror; or even a portal for transformations or projections within the psychic landscape.