New York-based Erin Johnson will discuss her interdisciplinary, collaborative and research-driven studio practice.
Erin Johnson is an artist living and working in New York who makes interdisciplinary and collaborative single and multi-channel video installations that blend documentary, experimental, and narrative practices. She makes interdisciplinary and collaborative single and multi-channel video installations that blend documentary, experimental and narrative practices. These research-driven projects explore social, political and geographical imaginaries through site-specific performances that foreground the ways in which individual lives and sociopolitical realities merge together.
She is currently a Visiting Assistant Professor of Digital Media with a joint appointment in the Visual Arts Department and the Digital and Computational Studies Program at Bowdoin College. In 2013, she received an MFA and Certificate in New Media from the University of California, Berkeley’s Art Practice Department and Berkeley Center for New Media.