Charlotte Mann is a British artist who creates designs in 1:1 scale on a wall, only with a black marker. Charlotte Mann says of her work: “I’m fascinated by the paradox of attempting to represent an environment with depth, life-sized but in two dimensions.
The question of scale therefore is always based on the viewers physical proximity. The same is true of how perspective functions in my drawings. There can be no single, fixed point of view, so perspective is resolved for each object or grouping or area. Looking at the work, especially the long walls such as the Clarient commission, becomes a combination of seeing the wall as a whole and scaning across the surface.”