Rachel Wolfe works with images and installation. Wolfe organizes material, linguistic, and anthropological elements to create opportunities for viewer experience. Her work makes use of a multi-layered approach to documenting research on the transitory and translational qualities of human relationships to existence. Themes in content highlight the photographic, geography and landscape, narrative construction, and the insurmountable task of understanding nature. The discourse of perception is often an entryway into the work. Wolfe produces printed works of image and text, with others in art-making, writing, engineering, and research fields. Wolfe completed a MFA from Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles. She is a recipient of the Emerson Woeffler Scholarship, 2014, and full scholarship for study at Ehime University in Japan, 2012. Her work has been published, exhibited, and collected in Chicago, Los Angeles, Washington D.C., U.K., Brazil, Belgium, Italy, and Japan.
Connect with her via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or on Skype, rwolfie88.