Rachel Wolfe (b. 1984) is an American born artist living in Norway since 2015. Rooted in disciplines of dance, piano, and voice, Wolfe has been making multimedia installations, murals, and land work utilizing drawing, painting, space, light, and photography since 1999.
The Print Atelier in Montréal represents images from Human Needs.
She is a member of the FFF, NBK, and UKS in Norway.
Her monolithic image and text, Omniscient, was awarded 1st place by the jury in the Here, There, and Everywhere: Eurasian Cities, Asia Culture Center, ACC Creation, in Gwangju, South Korea. She holds an MFA 2015, from Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles where she was awarded Woelffer scholarship and academic merit award, Academic scholarship 2013 for social psychology study in Matsuyama Japan, Historic Pathways winner 2009, from Indiana State University. Recent works include multimedia installation of video, photography, sound for Uncontaminated Festival at Lekter’n, Aker Brygge, Oslo; Limerance, paintings and performance, a private showing in the Atelier Nord ANX apartment in, Grünerlokka; 9Worlds of Image and Light, Elvelangs i Fakkellys, Smelteverksted, Vulkan, Oslo; Teknovisuell Experience detail #5, permanent public installation, Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles, California; Making Sense installation at Bolsky Gallery, Los Angeles; 30seconds of Lake Michigan, Now Trending at Palos Verdes Art Center.An updated CV is online at: http://rachelwolfe.com/cv/