Johanna Ketola (b.1978) is a Finnish visual artist. Ketola has gained her MFA degree
at the time-based arts department of the Finnish Academy of Fine Arts, Helsinki
and also studied photography both at the Lahti Institute for Design in Lahti, Finland
and the Gerrit Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Ketola works with the
media of photography, video, installation, text and performance. Through her interest
in the potential of uncanny in everyday she investigates the human condition, the
non-human environment and the boundaries of our reality. Building her imagery by
re-arranging the visible – represented by the lens-based media – the style of her
practice is often characterized by subtle magical realism. Her work has been exhibited
in Finland and abroad including venues such as Portland Institute for Contemporary Art,
Amos Anderson Art Museum and Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma.

Johanna Ketola (s.1978 Jyväskylässä) on suomalainen kuvataiteilija. Ketola on valmistunut
Taideyliopiston Kuvataideakatemian tila-aikataiteen osastolta (KuM) ja Lahden Muotoilu-
instituutin valokuvauksen osastolta (BA) sekä opiskellut valokuvataidetta Gerrit Rietveld
Academiessa Alankomaissa. Ketola työskentelee valokuvan, videon, installaation, tekstin
ja performanssin keinoin.  Ketolan teoksia on ollut esillä sekä Suomessa että ulkomailla
mm. Portland Institute for Contemporary Art:ssa, Mäntän kuvataideviikoilla, Amos Andersonin
taidemuseossa ja Nykytaiteen museo Kiasmassa.