Educated in the Fine Arts, Johnson’s interdisciplinary practice involves time-based media and the photographic arts. Through these processes Johnson examines site - where context, culture and history become platforms for understanding the construction of identity. The work includes artist’s books, public art commissions, installation works and museum intervention.
Key research interests include: the exploration of ritual contexts and the enactment of gender archetypes; the document as an imaginative and performative zone; and systems of memory.