Charlotte Troy

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Film as a Subversive Art
Hijack Reality
Home Sweet Home
New Math
The Moon

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Inside the Industry
Memories Last Longer
  than Things
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Charlotte Troy is an artist, teacher and publisher.

She is senior lecturer at London College of Fashion and holds a senior fellowship
in Higher Education at UAL.

Her interests centre around the development of subjectivity, understanding the
conditions of presence and distance and trauma. She is most keen in developing
an intimate relationship with materials as a way to access the Devine.

Charlotte has a history in fashion and art publishing. She was a buyer, stylist and
creative director during her 20s. She became an art publisher in her 30s with her
own imprint, CT Editions publishing work by artists including Ed Ruscha, Cosy Fanni Tutti and Wolfgang Tillmans. She also published for art institutions including The Hayward Gallery and The Contemporary Art Society. Her focus shifted to teaching around ten years ago when she had her daughter.

She has a MA in Contemporary Art Theory from Goldsmiths and a MA in Publishing.

She has just started a MFA at City & Guilds.