Joanna Kori creates installations that blend physical and digital experiences. Her suspensions and constructed forms are empathetic studies of contemporary working and domestic scenes and objects that open a lived space between self and the world. They form part of a process of remembrance and recollection, an extracting of the significant from the transitory and the ephemeral. Drawing is an important part of her art practice.
Joanna has a BA Fine Art from Ruskin School of Art, Oxford University, and MA Photography from the Royal College of Art. She was a finalist for the 2010 Jerwood Sussex Arts Prize and winner of the 2015 Quay Arts’ Biennial Open Exhibition. She lives in Ventnor, Isle of Wight and is currently the Freelance Artist/Art Educators’ Representative (England) for Engage (The National Association for Gallery Education). She is also a qualified teacher and digital learning specialist.