Named by WIRED Magazine as one of “22 people changing the world,” Beatie Wolfe is at the forefront of pioneering new formats for music, which reunite tangibility, storytelling and ceremony to the album in this digital age. In this vein, Wolfe has created a series of world’s-first designs that bridge the physical and digital, including: a 3D vinyl for the palm of your hand; an intelligent album deck of cards; a wearable record jacket – cut by the tailor who dressed Bowie and Hendrix out of fabric woven with Wolfe’s music – and most recently the world’s first live 360 AR stream from the quietest room on earth and a Space Beam via the Big Bang Horn.
Wolfe’s work has been featured in the world’s leading museums (including a major solo exhibition at the V&A Museum), festivals, conferences and received nominations across the music, tech and art fields. Forbes calls Wolfe “an Artist with a capital A” for mixing her music with art, technology and science and taking it to entirely new dimensions. Wolfe is also the co-founder of a “profound” (The Times) research project looking at the power of music for people living with dementia.
Wolfe’s work has been described as “brilliant” by GQ, “beautiful” by Monocle and “absolutely gorgeous” by The New York Times.