Valerie Wolf Gang (*1990 in Ljubljana), MA, is a Slovenian multimedia artist. Her works focus on the ideas behind human experiences, such as aspects of consciousness and a reflection of social conflicts arising from political regulations and constrains. She mainly explores the relationship between man and technology, and is inspired by the connection between living and inanimate nature and the multifaceted nature of human character. She is regularly working on different international artist-in-residence programs, where she researches and produces new projects inspired by local and international cultural scene.
Her work has been featured in major group and solo exhibitions abroad and at home (Beijing, New York, Vienna, Podgorica, Lisbon, Luxembourg, etc.), and she has received numerous international grants and awards. She is a member of international art collective Spielraum Ensamble, research unit Famul VideoLab, Directors Guild of Slovenia and she often collaborates on various EU and international projects in the cultural sector.
She is the founder of UV Arthouse, which is producing experimental films, video installations and researching the field of new media technology and interactive multimedia works. Beside her artistic practice and research, she also lectures on video art and film education in cooperation with different institutions and universities. She is a PhD candidate at Slovenian Academy of Science and Arts in the field of augmented reality. Since 2018 she is professional associate at The Institute for Fine Arts Vienna, collaborating with Academy of Fine Arts Vienna.