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Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL

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About Amy Johnson

Amy Johnson

Amy has a background in architecture and stained glass design and conservation. Her experience in a traditional craft setting instilled a deep interest in materiality and craftsmanship and the ineffable qualities these can bring to a work. Working in the lab, she is exploring these topics in the design of interactive mixed reality environments and wearable technologies, building on a portfolio that combines craftsmanship with new technologies, she brings a deep understanding of materiality to digital works, and surveys relationships between human, natural and technological actors. Amy’s design work in stained glass has won her multiple awards celebrating both her craftsmanship and skill and her creative vision.

Projects By Amy Johnson

Posts By Amy Johnson

Working in Lockdown

June 8, 2020 |

References:

[1]  Campagna, F., 2019. Technic And Magic. London [i pozosta?e]: Bloomsbury Academic.

[2]  Grayson Perry: Rites of Passage, 2018. [TV programme] All 4: Channel 4.

[3]  Le Guin, U.K., 1997. Dancing at the edge of the world : … Read More

New beginnings, senses, faces, and filters.

June 3, 2020 |

After presenting our project Hegemony of Vision at the project fair, we decided to split as a group and work in pairs to build on our ideas in differing directions. As a pair we will be focusing less on a final … Read More

Hegemony of Vision – Work in Progress Report

April 28, 2020 | | 2 Comments

The Hegemony of Vision’ refers to the preference of vision over the other senses in contemporary culture. This mixed-reality installation questions the relationships between our senses, particularly touch, which is frequently excluded from fine art and interactive contexts. Guided in … Read More