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Johanna Keimeyer creates immersive experiences interdisciplinary as an experiential artist. They achieve this in the form of large-scale art installations that transform unique architecture through video, light, objects, fragrance and sound.
Their strength is to create participatory art experiences that combine the latest technology with art, fashion and design. Her focus here is to offer the viewer the opportunity to ask more profound questions about the identity and values of humankind. Her motivation for her art is to make the invisible visible.
"I want to give people a special experience that unites the artwork and the viewer's own inner universe. To do this, I invite the audience to ask deeper questions about the identity and basic values that make us so human. "
Keimeyer studied design and digital media at the University of the Arts (UdK) in Berlin, Germany; Tama Art University in Tokyo, Japan; Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), Rhode Island, USA; and the Boston MIT Media Lab in Cambridge, USA.
Her previous work includes a range of lamp creations made from recycled materials and her underwater photography in hotel pools around the world. She explores these topics and practices interdisciplinary as an experiental artist.
Keimeyer's works are in the art collections of Hugues and Marie Tattinger (Tattinger Champagne, France), Petch Osathanugrah (O Museum, Bangkok), Alexander von Vegesack (former director of the Vitra Design Museum), Lucas Verweij (design author), the Leo Kuelbs Collektion and others represented.
Her experience as an experiental artist is based on her experience with Vitra Design (Hermann Miller in the USA) and the collaboration with designers and artists of different backgrounds: Ingo Maurer (lighting designer), Humberto and Fernando Campana (furniture designer from Brazil), Bart Hess (furniture designer ), Felix Kubin (musician), Sven Helbig (composer), Sevil Peach (architect), Jonah Bokaer (choreographer) and Sissel Tolaas (odor designer).
Awards: Faces of Design Award, (FoD, 2010), International Design Award Lighting (IDA, 2009),
International Design Award Architecture (IDA, 2018).