is a multimedia artist interested in dream-like narratives, mythos, ritual, and biodiversity. While his concentration is designing VR installations, Johnson also works in many mediums, including as a director for fiction and documentary projects. His first XR project, VRwandlung
, adapted Franz Kafka's The Metamorphosis into VR. Featured in Stern Magazine and The Economist, the project traveled to over 50 cities, worldwide. Johnson’s present projects include The Infinite Library
, a traveling multimedia installation, produced by the Goethe Institut, New Delhi, which reimagines the library through VR experiences, 3D prints, a QR code game, holograms, and more; and The Republic of Dreams
: a traveling multimedia installation, produced by the Adam Mickiewicz Institute in Warsaw, which adapts the work of Bruno Schulz, using videos, illustrations, an interactive map, and sonic experiences. Long-term projects include The Amerikans - a web series featuring 15 short documentaries - and his 2020 debut feature - Confessions of a Box Man - which is the first part in a trilogy.