In Form Fantasy, Cecilia Charlton’s artworks toe the line between specificity and subjectivity. The precise application of paint provides a sense of clarity — but the manner of application is in stark contrast to the surrealist nature of the compositions. Ground, gravity, light, and solidity all are brought into question through relentless contradictions. Each element may make sense when inspected in isolation, but when viewed as a whole, the paintings environments are wholly nonsensical. But then, is it possible for the nonsensical to become sensical?