Where god go once the sky unbleed | Nadia Wolff
Where god go once the sky unbleed
Jacquard woven cotton, rayon, polyester
7′ x 4’5″
Nadia Wolff is a Haitian-American multi-media artist, designer, and maker from Miami, Florida. Their practice focuses on textiles, poetry, performance interventions, installation, photography, text, and painting examining intimacy as it reflects gender, sexual, racial, class, and other cultural identities. They are a 2016 U.S. Presidential Scholar in the Arts, and a 2016 YoungArts finalist in Visual Arts and Design Arts. They are currently based between Miami, Florida and Providence, Rhode Island where they are a student in the Brown University / Rhode Island School of Design Dual Degree, pursuing a BFA in Textiles and a BA in Literary Arts and Africana Studies.