Rachel Wolfe makes sensual and meditative artwork. Allegorical themes such as beauty, resonance, the nature of desire and ontology of becoming are realized in public and private installations.
Wolfe holds a Master of Fine Art from Otis College of Art and Design, Bachelor of Art in Advertising, with studies in Interior Design. She studied Social Psychology in Japan and lives in Norway since 2015.
Recent work includes videography and interview for BBC News, multimedia installations of video, photography, sound for Oslo Art & Fashion Festival and Elvelangs i Fakkellys in Oslo; Teknovisuell Experience Detail #5, permanent installation, Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles, California; Making Sense installation, Bolsky Gallery, Los Angeles; 30seconds of Lake Michigan, Now Trending, Palos Verdes Art Center.
Awards and residencies include the Trélex Residency (Switzerland), Butoh Dance at KHiO (Norway), PRAXIS (Norway), Praxisfestivalen Tricia Brown workshop (Norway), First Place by the Jury, Imagining New Eurasia Exhibition (South Korea), Woelffer Scholarship and Academic Merit Award, Otis College of Art and Design (USA), Academic Scholarship for Social Psychology (Japan), Historic Pathways, Indiana State University (USA).