Bethany Johnson

Bethany Johnson is a visual artist living and working in Austin, Texas. Through observation and personalized interpretation, Johnson gathers and meticulously translates scientific data to create artwork that interrogates objectivity by reconstructing information within the subjective realm of visual art, thus emphasizing how information in inevitably abstracted by perception. We highly suggest you also check out her security envelope collection.

 

Measuring Moonquakes, 2014, ink on paper, 11″x9″

 

THE WAY WE LIVE NOW (Notes for an Emergency), 2016, collage on paper, 13″x10″

 

Untitled (We Live on a Planet), 2017, collage on paper, 9″x7″

 

Still Waters Run Deep, 2014, ink on paper, 11″x9″

 

@NASA_Hubble: Globular cluster IC 4499 insists it doesn’t feel a day over 12 billion years, 2014, ink on paper, 11″x9″

 

Untitled (We Live on a Planet), 2017, collage on paper, 9″x7″

 

Untitled (We Live on a Planet), 2017, collage on paper, 9″x7″

 

Appendix 6 (Notes for an Emergency), 2016, collage on paper, 13″x10″

 

Apollo Stacks, 2014, ink on paper, 11″x9″

 

 

 

 

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