INTRODUCTION TO 90,000 MILES ON I-90
authors printed name in book is: Rachel Wolfe
The photographs in 90,000 Miles join written poetry in exploring my formative years as a nonlinear narrative. The book also includes poetry I accumulated in my daily journals. The duality of life has been metaphorically and literally translated in my direct experiences as I spent half of my time in the countryside and half in the city. These images investigate the places between these areas of seeming opposition, in an attempt to integrate the stories and shattered ideals into a new belief system. View more on www.rachelwolfe.com
Rachel Indergaard sources material, linguistic, and anthropological elements from photographic and image technologies for viewer experience. Representation of water serves as a common motif throughout the images, texts, and spacial arrangements Indergaard creates. Her work considers the production and reproduction of historical narratives and the opportunity attending to human sense encounters with materials have in creating new narratives. Indergaard completed a MFA from Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles. She is a recipient of the Emerson Woeffler Scholarship, 2014, and full scholarship for social psychology study at Ehime University in Japan, 2012. Her work has been published, exhibited, and collected in Chicago, Los Angeles, Washington D.C., U.K., Brazil, Belgium, Italy, and Japan.