Henry Wolff (b. 1993) is a visual artist based in Tarntanya/Adelaide, Australia.

Working at the intersection of performance, photography and moving image, Wolff creates works that navigate the transmission and representation of care. Their practice disrupts traditional image-making practices through abstraction, and subversion of documentary practice to trace the phenomena of lens-based and performance practice.

Wolff exhibits and performs in galleries, public spaces, and online across Australia and inter/nationally. They have undertaken residency programs with institutions including Centre for Projection Art (VIC, AU). Recent career highlights include a commission by Photo Australia for PHOTO 2022, an international photographic biennial (VIC, AU), and exhibiting as the feature artist for the 2022 Gertrude Street Projection Festival (VIC, AU). In 2020 Wolff’s work ‘Sibling’ was identified as one of the top 125 works from around the world by Aesthetica Art Magazine (LDN, UK), and they performed at the Art Gallery of South Australia with Melbourne collective APHIDS for the Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art: Monster Theatres' (SA, AU).