London-based artist and curator Georgina Johnson is the editor of the Intersectional Environmentalist anthology, The Slow Grind. Johnson is an Earthworker, a curious individual and powerhouse whose work focuses on cultivating equitable creative ecologies that put nature and community at their heart.
In what ways does nature inspire or inform your work?
The ways in which nature supports and carries us all is such a vital point of exploration and investigation in my work. There are always new ways to consider the gifts she gives and ponder the ways in which we can safeguard her and rethink our relationship with her. This is the foundation of my work, finding my belonging by making my way back to the land.
What does it mean to you to be part of a thriving ecosystem?
Being a part of a thriving ecosystem in a people and planet sense means having room to grow and expand.