Sept. 27, 2012
Richmond Center for Visual Arts, room 2008
Hans Gindlesberger uses photography and its related technologies to create projects that critically examine the ways we are a part of, and apart from, the places we belong. His projects span documentary and staged photography, narrative and experimental video, book arts, the pre-cinematic moving image, and interactive installation. Gindlesberger's work has been exhibition in the US (NYC and elsewhere), Denmark, Canada, Portugal, France, Italy, Lebanon and the Netherlands. He is the recipient of national and international awards and grants, including a 2008 Fellowship from the New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) and is a 2011 recipient of the Greater Milwaukee Foundation's Mary L. Nohl Fellowship. He earned his MFA in Photography from the State University of New York at Buffalo. He currently holds the position of Assistant Professor of Digital Imaging at the Virginia Tech School of Visual Arts.