Johanna Inman is a Philadelphia area artist who works predominantly with photographic imagery. Her work investigates the conventions of scale, intimacy, and time as they are transformed through the photographic process. As an alternative to working with film or digital cameras, Inman explores the intersection between tradition and technology by using a scanner to photographically capture images.Inman received an MFA in Photography from Tyler School of Art. Her work has been in a number of national and international juried exhibitions. Some of her solo exhibitions include Faded, Cracked, Torn at St. Joseph?s University, You Can Search Me which was featured as part of Fleisher Art Memorial?s Challenge Exhibition Series, and Living Space, a collaborative video installation at Eastern State Penitentiary. She recently completed a two-year fellowship with the Center for Emerging Visual Artists.