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Thaddeus Wolfe

USA, 2017


“My rug designs first emerged as drawings that referenced the patterning and textures I’ve explored in certain surfaces of my glass works. The designs evolved in two directions as I looked closely at pieces in my studio and produced spontaneous sketches in marker and ink. The first direction was a graphic patterning, built from concentric arrangements of lines. I envisioned a shimmering optical effect in which forms emerge and disappear upon viewing. The second was a rough grid, intersected with various diagonals and colors. It is intended to be abstract, a rendering of a deteriorated grid. Conversely, it can be interpreted as an aerial viewpoint, mapping, or simply a graphic interpretation of my glass surfaces.”


Pile composition: 100% wool Technique: hand woven Origin: Nepal Size. 300x250 cm


Thaddeus Wolfe


Thaddeus Wolfe creates improvisational glass sculptures and lighting meant to evoke decaying, collapsing surfaces and fantastical imagined structures. Wolfe’s works seek not only to forge a link between our current time and these past styles and ideas, but also to express the disorientation and disjointedness of modern existence. Each of Wolfe’s works is a blown-glass cast. He fabricates his own molds as part of a unique process that permits the glass to form into angular, highly textured shapes that would not otherwise be possible in the material.

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USA, 2017

“My rug designs first emerged as drawings that referenced the patterning and textures I’ve explored in certain surfaces of my glass works. The designs evolved in two directions as I looked closely at pieces in my studio and produced spontaneous sketches in marker and ink. The first direction was a graphic patterning, built from concentric arrangements of lines. I envisioned a shimmering optical effect in which forms emerge and disappear upon viewing. The second was a rough grid, intersected with various diagonals and colors. It is intended to be abstract, a rendering of a deteriorated grid. Conversely, it can be interpreted as an aerial viewpoint, mapping, or simply a graphic interpretation of my glass surfaces.”

Pile composition: 100% wool Technique: hand woven Origin: Nepal Size. 300x250 cm

Thaddeus Wolfe

Thaddeus Wolfe creates improvisational glass sculptures and lighting meant to evoke decaying, collapsing surfaces and fantastical imagined structures. Wolfe’s works seek not only to forge a link between our current time and these past styles and ideas, but also to express the disorientation and disjointedness of modern existence. Each of Wolfe’s works is a blown-glass cast. He fabricates his own molds as part of a unique process that permits the glass to form into angular, highly textured shapes that would not otherwise be possible in the material.

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