Jennifer Johnson is a Philadelphia-based sculptor who works in ceramics along with fibers, drawing, and painting to create conversations about how specific places become meaningful. She received her MFA in Ceramics from Tyler School of Art and BA in Philosophy from Swarthmore College.
Her sculptures, “The Architecture of Remembering,” exhibited in Skælskør Denmark (2017) were also included in the 2018 Woodmere Annual in Philadelphia, and In Place, The Anderson Center (Red Wing MN, 2019). “Let me clear up a few things,” (Temple Contemporary, 2016) recreated an elaborate domestic scene with thousands of handmade objects, and centered on a 9 hour video, “Puzzle,” showing a pair of hands working on a jigsaw puzzle. Porcelain mosaics of the Schuylkill River Path from Art in the Open were exhibited at The Schuylkill Center and CFEVA in 2018. Ceramic and fiber sculptures, “Six Artists,” were part of Weighty Concerns at the Clay Studio in September 2018. The Men’s Room is now installed at the Crane Arts’ Tenant Gallery through March 2019.