Handcharted is Olivia Johnson’s personal art practice.
She is a Portland, OR-based artist who combines data, design, and physical mediums.
The Needle’s I: Stitching Identity
Winterthur Museum, Winterthur, DE
Regional Arts and Culture Council, Women, Work, & Covid-19
Record, Map and Capture in Textile Art, Jordan Cunliffe
PRINT Magazine, “Raising Awareness About COVID’s Impact on Working Women One Crochet Stitch At a Time”
It's Nice That, “Crochet is being used to help visualise the pandemic’s affect on Hispanic women’s employment” by Dalia Al-Dujaili
PAGE Magazine, “Gestickte Data”
It's Nice That, “Women’s Work uses cross-stitched data visualisations to explore discrimination in the workforce” by Jenny Brewer
Creative Boom, “Olivia Johnson uses cross stitch to highlight the discrimination women face at work” by Katy Cowan
Data Visualization with Alternative Mediums, Domestika
Making the Complex Accessible, Creative Aid, Skvot x University of Oregon
Illustration as Persuasion, Leeds Arts University