Julie Wolfe is a visual and conceptual artist living and working in Washington D.C. Wolfe’s work is conceived by harvesting data, discarded objects and images that create a new narrative in the context of ecological environment and social / cultural evolution. She offers abstract equations, mapping patterns and geometric networks as a means to describe the workings of a given system. By engaging in this symbolic dialect of time, place, interconnectedness and memory she invites the viewer to trace their own associations and interpretations.
Her stories are told through photographs, drawings, sculptural structures, large abstract paintings and wall installations where color and form, destruction and beauty reign in this experience of aesthetic seduction. Through this captivating vision, we are allowed to contemplate and face the challenge of reinventing the seemingly exhausted legacy of utopian thought and find a common horizon so that we can function and thrive collectively.