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Jona Wolf (b.1989) is a trans-disciplinary artist, workshop facilitator and researcher. Their practice focuses on reimagining and transforming educational practices, processes of (un)learning and collaborative creation. 


In their immersive spatial experiences they seek to actively engage individuals, encourage playfulness and participation, aiming to dissolve the boundaries between artist and visitors.

They use a diverse range of media, including 3D-modelling, large-scale prints, CNC-fabrication tools, sculpture and sound.

They have exhibited internationally for example at NOW Gallery London, CTM Vorspiel Berlin, ACF Bratislava, Design Week Milan or Design Week Vienna.

They have been researching and teaching in several institutions like Leibniz University Hanover, University KasselUniversity for Angewandte Kunst Vienna (die Angewandte) and University Innsbruck.

They have a background in architectural design and worked for artists, architects and designers including Tom Dixon, Alicja Kwade, and Acme London, among others.

They are part of The Palace Collective and involved in co-producing an annual art residency program accommodating 150 artists in Poland.

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