Rachel Wolfe (b. 1984 Dixon, Illinois, lives in Trondheim, Norway), is an artist moving between photography, studio practice, and installation. Seeing the body as the generative force in cognition, her work looks at the ways places make people, anthropogeny, and obscured histories. The wonder in the everyday and human connection with nature is brought into light with the ways technology manipulates forms in the imagination and sublime. Realized artworks nurture reverence for eros and beauty, the earth and site-specific histories. Meaning in material and representation are considered by practices in science and etymology. She exhibits and works internationally on private, commercial, and consulting projects. The monolithic image and text, Omniscient, was awarded 1st place by the jury in the Imaging New Eurasia exhibition in Gwangju, South Korea. Drawing upon formative training in dance, voice, piano, and background within fields of Interiors, Design, and Advertising, Wolfe’s future project looks to work with geology and the Woven Image.