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Through Landview Effect, Wolfe constructs nuanced memorabilia from mythological travel destinations. These objects serve to comment on increased human disconnection from the natural world, so often spurred by the ubiquitous use of techonology. Wolfe's prints and travel brochures for these dystopian destinations depict recognizable landscapes, overlaid with saturated pigments and tinctures also used in her water installations. Alongside Associate Director Caitlin Berry, Wolfe will discuss her exploration of sustainable "green" printmaking, its history in the US and abroad and its relationship to her current body of work.


Julie Wolfe is a visual and conceptual artist living and working in Washington, DC. She received a BFA in Painting and Art History from The University of Texas, Austin, TX. Her work is exhibited and collected internationally and has been featured in ARTnews, BBC America and Hyperallergic. In 2017, she exhibited at HEMPHILL Fine Arts in Washington, DC and at the American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center. She recently completed a residency at AGA LAB in Amsterdam, the Netherlands where she fabricated the Landview Effect portfolio. The National Museum of Women in the Arts recently acquired three works from this series for the NMWA book collection in Washington, DC. She will continue this series as an Artist in Residence at the Massachusets Museum of Contemporary Art in early April and will debut the resulting work at the print viewing on April 21, 2018 at HEMPHILL.

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