Georgina Johnson

Creative Director
Artist
Curator

Georgina Johnson is a young polymath and artist, working between; Curation, Film Direction, Creative Direction, Production and public programming.  Her work explores black legacy, memory and the black British experience: expanding largely on themes pertaining to identity. She is known for swinging between between mediums fluidly, moulding and applying her vision through sound, film, photography, installation and other means; most notably completing artist commissions for The Photographers’ Gallery and Now Gallery (2017-2018). Poetry and prose feature largely in her printed works, drawing from her personal experience as means to explore memory and present contemporary ideals in an informal manner; sharing new layers of understanding of the self and the Diaspora and exploring language in it’s many forms, through observatory means and socio-political ideologies.


Furthermore, she is the founder of The Laundry – a network of creative practitioners which centres the experience of wimmin + POC artists. A platform focused on collaboration and curation, disrupting arts education and presenting new ways of engaging with contemporary artists and their work. Through this she has significant experience working with medium to large sized cultural institutions and brands, across public facing events and community driven projects.

Georgina Johnson is a young polymath and artist, working between; Curation, Film Direction, Creative Direction, Production and public programming.  Her work explores black legacy, memory and the black British experience: expanding largely on themes pertaining to identity. She is known for swinging between between mediums fluidly, moulding and applying her vision through sound, film, photography, installation and other means; most notably completing artist commissions for The Photographers’ Gallery and Now Gallery (2017-2018). Poetry and prose feature largely in her printed works, drawing from her personal experience as means to explore memory and present contemporary ideals in an informal manner; sharing new layers of understanding of the self and the Diaspora and exploring language in it’s many forms, through observatory means and socio-political ideologies.


Furthermore, she is the founder of The Laundry – a network of creative practitioners which centres the experience of wimmin + POC artists. A platform focused on collaboration and curation, disrupting arts education and presenting new ways of engaging with contemporary artists and their work. Through this she has significant experience working with medium to large sized cultural institutions and brands, across public facing events and community driven projects.