Charlotte Moth was born in Great Britain in 1978, and currently lives and works in Paris. Her attention focuses on everyday, natural, architectural, or institutional locations, spaces, and environments as well as how people perceive them. Her stagings make the works enter into a “sculptural dialogue” with each other and thus create a new space of its own around them.



Lurking Sculpture (Static Diefenbacchia), 2016
Lurking Sculpture (Rotating Rubber Plant), 2016

3D-printed PMMA, epoxy resin, infiltrated and lacquered
59 × 48 × 46 cm; 89 × 90 × 98 cm

Charlotte Moth came to the Kunstgiesserei St.Gallen with digital 3D data already created for two potted plants. In cooperation with the 3D studio on site, she slightly revised them and did the digital modeling work. The individual parts were then printed in 3D in PMMA. The connection mechanism for attaching the leaves, which was developed in advance, was integrated at the same time. Prior to the assembly, the individual parts were infiltrated with epoxy resin and lacquered monochrome several times. The works could be seen from June to September 2016 on the occasion of Moth’s solo exhibition Charlotte Moth: Travelogue at the Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein.