Lulu Wolf (b. 1988, Los Angeles, California) is an artist based in New York and Portugal.
The foundation of my work stems from explorations of materiality, form, temporality, visual translation and perception. These concepts are expressed through collage and three-dimensional works, and most recently in a developing video installation.
I am currently pursuing a Master of Architecture from Princeton University.
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“Every translator becomes aware, in the course of his task, that, apart from idiomatic locutions, the 'From’ language has a certain number of constantly iterated words which, though readily translatable, occur in the 'Into' language far less frequently and less colloquially. Through long use, these words have become mere pegs or signs, the meeting places of mental associations, the reunions of related notions. They are tokens of sense rather than particularizations of sense.”
Vladimir Nabokov, foreword to Mikhail Lermontov's A Hero of Our Time