Kansas City artist Wolfe Brack, curator at InterUrban ArtHouse, discusses his work and inspiration.

Wolfe Brack is a self taught artist born and raised in Kansas City, MO. His work often deals with the minute, the unnoticed, and the humor that is often overlooked in our daily lives.

Wolfe’s inspiration comes from from natural forms. He incorporates living organisms ranging from tiny plants, to the whole human body, into his work. Wolfe has a fascination for the concept of “organized chaos”.

From 2010-2013, Wolfe directed GLOW, a coalition of artists, body painters, models, musicians, and photographers that put on live arts events in Kansas City through. GLOW used body paint, music, dance as the human canvas.

Currently, Wolfe Brack is  the Curator and Operations Manager for the InterUrban ArtHouse, where he oversees programming, events and gallery exhibitions in the space.




Host and producer:  Donna Morrow Wolfe

Co-host and producer: Karen E. Griffin

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