Wolfe looks at the ways of knowing, where human and technology interference becomes fantastical, and where distortion or perceptual enhancement amplifies desire. As an Artist, her interest in systems runs through water, Chinese medicine, space-time theory, and language etymology. Researching these areas and histories of war, trauma, and technology allows Wolfe to create Images and Installations on what we think we know and what is really there. By applying principles in human pattern recognition and distortion in technology pattern recognition, Wolfe’s work reveal uncertainties, discoveries, and distortions to locate the space where noise becomes a beautiful sound, nature and nurture give way to each other, mediated influences of desire quiet to intrinsic urges, the transitional states between Prescience and Conscious, and ways personal, embodied ways of knowing can be trusted. Architecture, nautical vessels, and Duration are often incorporated directly in her work.