Veronica Wolfgang is a multimedia artist currently based in Brooklyn, NY known for her signature blend of fluid structures and tactile form. She is currently exploring the relationship between natural textures and primordial collective memory. Informed by her academic base in philosophy, much of her work draws upon conflicts and questions found in her MA research. Wolfgang is mainly self-taught, gaining a unique knowledge of fabrication from both her family and through her early years working in set building. She spent most of her childhood in her parent’s respective jewelry/metal etching and print workshops, picking up various seeds of inspiration that would stay with her. After the sudden death of her father and grandmother at a young age, she had to decide whether to build herself a graveyard or a garden. Today, a garden grows through her art and writing practices. She has received continuing studies training in scientific illustration from NYBG and in traditional sculpture from NYSA. In her approach, unconventional mediums and traditional techniques combine to form reliquaries of experience. Wolfgang has recently completed a residency at Carrie Able Gallery in Williamsburg, NY. Her work has been featured in group shows at Carrie Able Gallery (Brooklyn, NY), Shockboxx Gallery (Hermosa Beach, CA), Millepaini (Rome, Italy), & PH21 (Budapest, Hungary).
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