NOBODY SLEEPS BETTER THAN WHITE PEOPLE by Rin Johnson
Frank, confrontational, hilarious - Rin Johnson's first collection of poems and photography handles race, identity, politics, family and contemporary art with poignancy and poise.
Rin Johnson is a photo conceptual artist and poet. Interested in the intersections of lived-space and memory, Johnson has a BFA in photography and urban planning from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. Johnson has exhibited widely in exhibitions and fairs in Europe and the United States. Johnson is the author of two chapbooks, "Nobody Sleeps Better Than White People" from Inpatient Press and the forthcoming "Meet in the Corner" from Publishing House. Johnson writes for the Brooklyn Rail, is the principal at Imperial Matters and teaches image literacy and photography at Bruce High Quality Foundation University (BHQFU). Johnson lives in Brooklyn.