Gina Lindner is a writer, arts worker, and interdisciplinary artist based between Boston & New York City. Her writing has been featured in Boston Art Review (Issue 05 and online), Art New Englandmagazine, Boston Hassle, and numerous projects by independent artists. Her primary research interests are the influence of network culture on emergent modes of artmaking and art distribution, community-invested public art, social practice art, and the distinction between what we consider and “non-art.” Gina currently works as the Research Assistant at VIA Art Fund.
In her art practice, Gina works primarily with video, text, and digital art, incorporating research, analog methods, fabricated systems, and crowdsourced content. Her work often explores network culture, communication, and memory, prompting viewers to deliberate the nature of networked social interactions and what it means to be human.
Gina holds a dual BFA in Studio for Interrelated Media and Art History with Academic and Departmental Honors from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design.
Resume and CV available upon request. Contact Me