BRITTA JOHNSON is a Seattle-based artist who makes video installations, short films, and community projects. For the most part, she makes stop-motion animated installations that explore natural phenomena, with a special focus on light, texture, and movement.

Britta has also directed videos for musicians including Laura Veirs, Lusine, Andrew Bird, and Minus the Bear, and created multimedia projects with Robin Holcomb and Mirah & Spectratone Int’l. Her projects and collaborations have shown in venues including Greg Kucera Gallery, the Lawrimore Project, Gallery4Culture, Bumbershoot, the Henry Art Gallery, and Giant Magnet; the RedCat festival, the PICA’s TBA festival, the Chicago Humanities Festival, the Walker Art Center, MassMoCA, the Kennedy Center, and the Boston MFA. She recently curated and administered “Solar Utopias,” a city of Seattle commissioned compilation of twelve videos made by local artists, and animated its introductory video. She is also the founder and co-curator of The High Wall. 

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