The media artist Johanna Steindorf deals with themes of migration, nomadism, gender, perceiving and being perceived in public space and with the corresponding construction of private space. Traveling through and living in different countries in Europe, Asia and Latin America shape the works of the Quito-born German-Brazilian, often expressing them using narrative and mobile strategies through participatory performances, audio, video and photography.

 Through her doctoral thesis Speaking from Somewhere: The Audio Walk as Artistic Practice and Method (2019), Johanna has been deeply engaged with the audio walk - both theoretically and practically - and has been teaching at different universities since 2015, preferably on the subject, but also at the intersections between art, design, urban space and research.