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Ginger Wolfe-Suarez is an installation artist and sculptor based in California. Her work explores modes of perception, production, reproduction, and presentation, and incorporates forms which are both found or existing, cast, and assemebled. At the core of her practice is an ongoing reflection about form-making, systems of exchange, and memory. Works and writings often explore and question the position of what it means to make sculpture in California, and the conditions of maintaining a studio practice in this historical and socio-economic backdrop. These interests have led her to install her work in a number of settings which range from small domestic and public interventions to exhibitions in galleries, museums, and non-profits including exhibitions at Artist Curated Projects in Los Angeles, Berkeley Art Museum, ltd los angeles, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Mills Art Museum, High Desert Test Sites, Glendale College Art Galleries, Southern Exposure, K-R-A-S Vienna, among others.

Wolfe-Suarez worked as an Assistant to Sol Lewitt, and has published writings on art internationally.

She taught graduate courses in studio art, and critical theory including topics seminars on feminist art criticism, the history or criticism from the 1700ís to present, and the history of Aesthetics. She is currently the Dean of The Critique Program and a core faculty member in Studio Art and Critical Theory:

She holds a B.F.A from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and studied at Goldsmiths College in 2000. She received her M.F.A at The University of California at Berkeley in 2009, during which time she won the Eisner Award.

She is the mother of her five year old son, and for nearly the past decade has lived and often collaborated with her husband, Artist and Architect, Primitivo Suarez-Wolfe.

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