Charlotte Hullah

My artwork is more than simply visual. It is more an opportunity for viewers to immerse themselves into my experiences. My work serves to create a comforting space, offering a hand to hold and shoulder to cry on for those who may not have one.

I am a multimedia artist, who specialises in audio and visual artworks, influenced by artists such as Tracy Emin and Bruce Nauman, alongside literature like Lang Leav’s The Gift of Everything. My art is not always for aesthetics, but more to make the viewer feel. Each piece serves as a window to my internalised thoughts and feelings, or what I call a ‘public diary.’ Questioning the boundaries between myself and the viewer, I invite them to take a step into my shoes. Through my public diary, I offer myself up for observation, welcoming the viewer to engage with the complexities of shared human emotions.