Rachel Wolfe is an artist from the flatlands of the United States, living in the fjordlands of Norway since 2015. She makes images and installations, using the apparatus of photography directly and as a proxy for ideas on becoming and form. Her work deals with themes of the body and vision relationship, technology, and nature environment with special focus on water and rocks. Surveillance, or the way people watch and are watched, permitting privacy to the public by accepting terms and conditions inherent in social media's digressional and degenerative material and psychological phenomena has become an area under scrutiny in Wolfe's work on exposing the proposed divide between the material and metaphysical being through the human body itself. In the images sent for this call for work, everyday life has reframed itself ready to be surveilled in a possibly endless feedback loop of media directed and project for and back towards humans with cell-phone cameras. The photographs were made with an iPhone.
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