Rachel Wolfe (b. 1984) is an artist working with photography, studio practice, and installations. Her sublime timescapes connect landscape psychologies with internal experiences with synesthesia. In seeing the body as the generative force in cognition, her sensual and meditative works look at ways places make people. Her childhood practices in dance, voice, and piano inform the artistic research projects and courses in Pattern Recognition, Visual Literacy, and geologically rooted stories. Wolfe’s award-winning work is held in private and public collections, including monolithic image and text, Omniscient, awarded 1st in the Imaging New Eurasia exhibition in Gwangju, South Korea (2015). Albumen Gallery in London, U.K., and The Print Atelier in Montréal, Canada, represent several of her photographic series. Wolfe completed several artist in residences including research and teaching at Kjerringøy Land Art in Norway (2020), Trélex Residency in Switzerland (2019), Praksis Oslo (2017). She holds a MFA from Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles, California (2015), BA in Advertising from Illinois Institute of Art in Schaumburg, Illinois (2006), and has completed studies in Butoh, Photography, History of Photography, and Social Psychology in Norway, Illinois, and Japan (2013-2017). She writes a newsletter called, The Cookie Jar.