About & CV
Hello, I’m Lindsey Glover. My home and studio is in Trumansburg, NY (north of Ithaca) where I live with my husband, Louis DiPietro, and our dog, Ada. I am originally from the town of Olean, NY.
Out of an inquisitiveness of the natural world, my artwork includes forms of video, photography, print media and installation. My multi-media works often use digital technology to frame my reconfigurations and reflections of the environment. My practice evolves from observations of naturally occurring forms in nature or of human desires to organize the landscape. Many of my projects begin through collections from the surrounding landscape or from photographic site studies. Back in my studio, I often work in a tactile and sculptural way and use variables of light, angle and form in a method of collage that reveals new relationships. It is through this process I begin to see what form a project will ultimately take.
I received my BFA from NYS College of Ceramics at Alfred University, School of Art and Design in 2005, and I earned my MFA from Cornell University, College of Architecture, Art and Planning in 2008. While in the graduate program at Cornell, I was the recipient of the Margaret Bourke-White Photography Portfolio Prize, a juried award for a photographic portfolio, and the John Hartell Graduate Award, awarded for excellence in studio practice. In the creation of new works, I've had the fortune to attending the Experimental Projects Residency at the Institute of Electronics at Alfred University and the Ucross Foundation residency in Wyoming. I have shown my works on paper and projection installations in Philadelphia, Providence, R.I., Portland, Ore., Jackson Hole, Wyo., and internationally in Germany and Cardiff. (Click the link below for my full artist CV)
I currently work at Cornell University in the College of AAP, and I manage a digital print media lab. In my position, I run large-format inkjet printers and teach workshops in digital imaging, editing and printing. As technology continually evolves, opening new possibilities for creation, I often find myself in a happy medium between learning and teaching.
This site contains some of my current and past works, as well as my blog, Love of Trees. The work on this site is organized by medium to make navigation easiest, however, I rarely think of my projects in these medium-specific categories, but rather as branches on a large tree.
Thanks for stopping by!