Hans Gindlesberger is Assistant Professor of Digital Imaging at Virginia Tech. He earned his MFA in Photography from the State University of New York at Buffalo in 2006 and a BFA from Bowling Green State University in 2004. His projects examine the ways we are a part of, and apart from, the places we belong to. His practice spans documentary and staged photography, narrative and experimental video, book arts, the pre-cinematic moving image, and interactive installation. He is the recipient of national and international awards and grants, including a 2008 Fellowship from the New York Foundation for the Arts and a 2011 Mary L. Nohl Foundation Fellowship. Hans has presented his work in solo exhibitions at Galleri Image (Denmark), Gallery 44 (Toronto), CEPA (Buffalo), and Foundry Art Centre (St. Louis), among others and in group shows at Jen Bekman Projects (New York), 516 ARTS (Albuquerque), Humble Arts Foundation (New York), Kunstvlaai 6 (Amsterdam), Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center (Buffalo), IHC Platform (University of California Santa Barbara), and Richmond Art Center (Western Michigan University). Additionally, his video work has been exhibited and screened at the Fonlad Digital Arts Festival (Portugal), GIGUK Video Art Festival (Germany), the Detroit International Film/Video Festival (Detroit), and Streaming Festival ISFTH Foundation for Audiovisual Art (Netherlands).