Ann expresses herself in glass with a remarkable degree of strong personal presence, providing us with food for thought. She uses her material to the utmost, but she also goes beyond glass. In her choice of materials she also uses graphics and bronze to express herself, which she has also included in this exhibition. She transcends barriers in the mind in a provoking and observing way, but at the same time her works are always united and have a great overview.
Often she is present like Edvard Munch’s all at once tearing contemplations and at the same time merging portraits of the relationship between woman and man. Then suddenly it is Francis Bacon’s distorted double-masks, which influences the artist. But first and foremost it is Ann Wolff herself, who has her cultural heritage in place and she manages to quote from it without losing control of her own feelings about reality.