Aerial view, trees, rain, snow, smoke, fire, taking photos of the sky, snow falling, drone, deer, plane, rain, letter, some kind of bay, bees, flowers, dismal skies, bare trees, carpets of leaves, whirlpool, car lights, reflections, hands join, river, mountain, cloudy, floating objects, snow falling, puddle, new ocean, old ocean, horizon, lunar landscape, waterfall, plane, fireworks, rain, creek, letters, drone, river
Charlotte Taylor’s video practice considers how memory can be used as a tool to construct narrative. She works by intuitively collecting and piecing together visual information, to see what hybrid stories they produce. Between these images is an interest in sentimental and romantic imagery, which is disrupted through self reflexivity and sometimes horror. In these moments the narrative is undone, revealing the construction of it’s sentimentality, cutting through the cliche of images.