Two artists offering their world views in monochromatic schemes

Rachel Wolfe is an interdisciplinary artist whose images and installations create a sensual and emotive view the relationship between Vision and Body. Her monolithic image and text, Omniscient, recently won 1st place by the jury in the Imagining New Eurasia exhibition at Asia Culture Center in Gwanju, South Korea. She holds an MFA from Otis College of Art and Design. Rachel lives and works in Los Angeles and Oslo.

Guillaume Hébert is a young photographer in his twenties who has recently completed his studies in photography at CEGEP du Vieux-Montreal. What he is looking for at first and foremost, are unusual and transitory scenes that nobody notices despite their interest, incredible colour schemes or emotional evocation. Observation seems to be the key to his approach. Guillaume believes his work is more related to a form of expressionism than to a conceptual approach since it captures time, change and the state of things. It is when he manages to capture the illusion of reality that he considers he has managed to achieve a photograph that is unique, one that can not happen once again. Guillaume calls this… The Concordance of time.