Charlotte Woolf is a queer artist and educator with a background in photography and gender studies. Their practice is about the implications of infrastructure on our society, including buildings, bodies, labor, and food. Woolf received their MFA at Purchase College, School of Art + Design, and BA from Kenyon College. They exhibited at the International Center of Photography, AIR Gallery, and Equity Projects; attended residencies at ACRE, SOMA, Wassaic Project, and ChaShaMa; and received an Honorable Mention for the Lenscratch Student Prize.
Raised in Charlotte, NC, Woolf lives between Brooklyn, NY, and Gambier, OH, where she is Visiting Assistant Professor of Studio Art at Kenyon College. She has two black pugs named Peach and Blueberry Cobbler.
︎ @charfromcharlotte www.charlottewoolf.com