Johanna Inman (Philadelphia, PA) works predominantly with light sensitive
materials. As an alternative to working with traditional film or digital
cameras Inman’s process explores the line between tradition and technology by
using a scanner to photographically capture images. Her recent work
investigates the conventions of scale, intimacy and time as they are
transformed through the photographic process.
Inman received an
MFA in Photography from Tyler School of Art. Her work has been in a number of local and international group
exhibitions. Selected solo
exhibitions include Faded, Cracked, Torn
at St. Joseph’s University, You Can
Search Me which was featured as part of Fleisher Art Memorial’s ChallengeExhibition Series, and Living
Space, a collaborative video installation at Eastern State
Penitentiary. Inman currently teaches at Arcadia University.