is a media artist who works with video, sound and sculpture. Through performative encounters, Johanna expands the relationship, function and existence of technology in society, in which new possibilities arise between nature and technology. The work creates an environment of speculation and highlights a critical view of research and production, which reduces the potential to strategically calculated measures. Audiences can allow the existence and coexistence of technology, and sculptures equally become social actors entangled in a collective mindset.