Areas taught: Photography and Digital Arts
Fine Arts Building Room 207B
Justin Hodges is an interdisciplinary artist, originally from Southeast Georgia. He received a BFA in photography from Georgia Southwestern State University and an MFA from the University of Cincinnati where he focused on new media installation. Justin is responsible for teaching traditional Wet Lab and Digital Photography, as well as Digital Arts. Justin’s work addresses the proliferation of digital technologies, and the ways in which these technologies shape perception and the natural world. His work has been exhibited nationally and internationally, including the Kunsthalle Weißensee in Berlin, Germany, Lanzhou City University, Lanzhou, China, Inert Gallery, New York, New York, Jajaja Space at the University of Notre Dame, Skylab Gallery in Columbus, Ohio, and the Phyllis Weston Gallery, Cincinnati, Ohio. Justin now serves on the board of the Americus and Sumter County Arts Council.