Charlotte Clermont holds a Bachelor degree in Studio Arts from Concordia University (2016), and is developing a collaborative practice around video and sound. Her work takes the form of video mono bands or installations. She pays particular attention to the malleability of the image, working with film and magnetic tapes, in the interest of building complex and intimate space-times. Using video synthesis, visual feedback and glitches, the universe of her videos stands out with mysterious and hypnotic atmospheres. Her work aims to create an encounter between the plasticity of analogical images and emotional intelligence, to create conditions conducive to an “extimistic” and introspective experience.
Her work has been presented in Canada and internationally at Les Rendez-vous du cinéma québécois (Canada), Antimatter [Media Art] (Canada), La Traverse Vidéo (France), IFF Rotterdam (Netherlands), Hamburg International Short Film Festival (Germany), Arctic Moving Image and Film Festival (Norway) and Edinburgh International Film Festival (Scotland). She has been selected as an artist in residence at Studio Kura (Japan), Signal Culture (USA), Fusion Gallery (Italy) and Shiro Oni (Japan). Her videos are distributed by Videographe and Winnipeg Film Group.