Charlotte Hodes


Most Admirably Improved by Art in conversation with Tim Martin

Lock-down Gallery talk with curator, Tim Martin and exhibiting artists, recorded 2 July, 2020. Charlotte discusses her installation After the Taking of Tea, her response to the accompanying exhibition of works by the former Hestercombe owner and artist, Coplestone Warre Bampfylde and working during lock-down.
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Art in Print, November-December 2018, Volume 8, Number 4

For this volume on poetry and print, poet Deryn Rees-Jones writes about her collaboration with Charlotte Hodes. Perpetual Night is a group of 36 ceramic plates and fragments that bear the text of Rees-Jones’ poem in and around hand-cut screen printed transfer images. Silhouettes of...

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Edward Thomas at Arras: A Response in Word and Image

Edward Thomas at Arras: A Response in Word and Image by Deryn Rees-Jones and Charlotte Hodes, is a chapter in the new book, Edward Thomas’s Roads from Arras, edited by Andrew McKeown and Adrian Grafe, published by Cambridge Scholars. Rees-Jones and Hodes reflect on their...

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About Face 2016

Together with artist, Eileen Hogan, Charlotte is leading a research group at the University of the Arts London that brings together artists, theorists, curators and writers to explore concepts of portraiture. Commissioned and published essays include ‘Now You See Me: Self-representation in the...

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Interview, Studio International 16.07.14

Charlotte Hodes interviewed by Janet McKenzie for Studio International.'In The Grammar of Ornament: New Paper Cuts and Ceramics, artist Charlotte Hodes takes as her cue the seminal 19th-century publication The Grammar of Ornament (1856), by the architect and designer Owen Jones, to investigate the relationship...

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