Jacob Wolff

Jacob Wolff’s work and practice is heavily focused on the interdisciplinary. Specifically taking tropes of 20th and 21st century western art music and distorting and accentuating them using dance, theater, performance or visual art to highlight the strange and corrupt parts of the music. Wolff’s work also analyzes the effects of religion and academia’s effect on the human psyche and how it affects artists and the work they make. Wolff has just finished their opera entitled “Ribs” which is four years in the making.

Artist Location: Castaic, CA

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PARTICIPATION

Nomad II: SOUNDPRINTS

Performance October 29, 2023
at Torrance Art Museum’s Nomad II

ACE [Artist Curated Events]

Online videos September 12th:

Rebar Study

Negotiating the balance of the rebar while trying to move ones hands and fingers to change the pitch.

Tennis (Excerpt from Ribs, Act II)

A real time emotional analysis/ acoustic processing of a live game of tennis. Excerpt from “Ribs”, Act 2.

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