Shreepad Joglekar is a lens based artist from Mumbai, India. He holds a BFA from Sir J.J. institute of Applied Art in Mumbai, India, and an MFA from Texas Tech University. Joglekar has been awarded artist residencies at National Center for Contemporary Art, Kronstadt, St. Petersburg, Russia; Weir Farm National Historic Site in Branchville, CT; the Millay Colony for the Arts in Austerlitz, NY; and A.I.R. Studio in Paducah, KY. His recent exhibitions include Non Places of Intelligence at Portico Library Gallery, Manchester, UK, and Rural America, at Piramal Gallery, National Center for the Performing Art, Mumbai, India. His work is held in the permanent collections of Center for Photography as an Art Form (NCPA), Mumbai, India, The Center for Fine Art Photography, Fort Collins, CO, Harper College Educational Foundation Art Collection, Palatine, IL, and Chashama Nonprofit Group, NY, NY. His work has also been shown in several galleries in the US, Canada, China, Cuba, Egypt, Germany, India, Poland, and the United Kingdom. He has presented at interdisciplinary conferences in the US, France, and the United Kingdom. Intersections of Marxist thought with architecture and landscape theories stimulate his research. Exploring natural, constructed, and intellectual spaces has been a dominant theme in his work. Joglekar is currently Associate Professor of Photography at Kansas State University.