Hans Gindlesberger is based in upstate New York and is Assistant Professor of Photography at Binghamton University. His studio practice is anchored to an ongoing interest in places, both real and imaginary, and in playful subversions of the photographic process.
His projects, spanning photography, video, installation, and new media, have been exhibited at Galleri Image (Aarhus, Denmark), Gallery 44 (Toronto), the Mt. Rokko International Photography Festival (Kobe, Japan), the Voies Off Festival (Arles, France), the Flash Forward traveling exhibition, and FILE Media Art (São Paulo, Brazil). He has lectured nationally and internationally at venues including the International Festival of Photography in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts in London, and numerous universities throughout the United States. Recently, his work has been published in BLOW Photography Magazine, Diffusion, LensCulture, AintBad, and the Flash Forward Tenth anthology, published by the Magenta Foundation.