Johanna Hedva

Johanna Hedva (Yo-HA-nuh HEAD-vah) (formerly Kozma, formerly Reed) is a Los Angeles-based artist, writer, and director. Her work has been performed at the Hammer Museum, Southern Exposure, PERFORM! Now, Machine Project, PØST, New Wight Gallery, Anatomy Riot, PAM, High Desert Test Sites, and in The Getty’s Pacific Standard Time. She's the author of a novel, The Crow and The Queen, published in limited-edition handmade hardcovers in 2013; and Incunabula, a series of 103 fables, with each fable published in its own handwritten, hand-sewn book in 2012. Her writing has appeared in PANK, Circle, Baumtest Quarterly, InDigest Magazine, and in the WHL Studio Reader series, of which she is a co-founder. During the past three years, she has adapted and directed a cycle of Ancient Greek plays, rewriting them to respond to feminist and queer political discourse.

By Johanna Hedva