Charlotte Moth is a Lecturer in Fine Art at Goldsmiths, University of London.
Since 1999 Moth has continually developed her collection of analogue photographs called the 'Travelogue'. It documents an itinerancy of movement between places, architectures, modes of thinking and research. Through conversations and collaborations developed within specific situations, her work (film, books, installations) is interdisciplinary.
Moth studied Fine Art at Kent Institute of Art and Design (1997-2000) and Slade School of Art (2000-02). Between 2004-5 she was a researcher at the Jan van Eyck Academie, Maastricht, Netherlands.
Moth currently has a solo show ‘Choreography of the image’ in the Archive Gallery at Tate Britain (till April 2016). She has two forthcoming shows in 2016 at the Kunstmusum Liechtenstein and Parc St Leger, Centre d'art contemporain, Pouges-les-eaux, France.
Moth is a practice based PhD candidate at the Royal College of Art.