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ULTRAVIOLET FOREST, 2015-2022, digitally manipulated photography, 50,8 x 76,19 cm. Ultraviolet Forest is part of a larger body of works called: Virtual Material including GIF/Mp4 Transitions/Movements made for NFT minting, photography prints, videos for projection and use in performances. Virtual Material exploits as many aspects of photography and engages in a multiplicity of subjects including water, stones, forests, technology, vision, body, perception, ethics, joy and care. Virtual Material works include: Mouvements, Teknovisuell Experience, Sonidos, Ultraviolet Forest, and a number of videos and installation artworks as prints, projections, wall coverings, acrylic prints, garments


In Ultraviolet Forest, landscapes are cast in UV spectrum, often used for forensics and medical imaging. Phosphorescence in the terrain-scapes as a sensory perception open a sublime visual memory into our bodied relationship with nature. The original images were made at Starved Rock State Park in Illinois, a historical battle site between settlers and natives. While present-day landscapes often gazed at through illuminated screens, the Ultraviolet Forest series invites viewers into a physical witness of bodied experience in visual material. These terrain-scapes are intended to be exhibited with the Bora video were informed by Nancy Holt and Richard Serra’s Boomerang video, posted after the images. 



Bora 2018 from Rachel Wolfe on Vimeo.



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