25 April 2018, 14:00
Deniz Johns is an experimental filmmaker, curator of experimental film and video and a practice-based researcher.
Before receiving her MA from the Royal College of Art in 2012, she studied film, choreography and linguistics in Turkey, Poland, Japan and the UK. She is currently a PhD candidate at Cambridge School of Art. Her practice-led research revolves around modes of political aesthetics and filmic constructions in experimental film and video in Britain.
Her work is shown in national and international venues including: CineCycle, Toronto, Goethe Institute, Ankara, Whitechapel Gallery, Serpentine Gallery, National Portrait Gallery, Southbank Centre, Close-up Film Centre and the Roundhouse, London.
She is a founding member of collective-iz, which is an artist collective, based in London, working within the context of experimental film, video and performance.
Image: Video Still London Walks No.1 "Fight, fight, fight back!" 2011 Deniz Johns & Karolina Raczynski.