Greg Pond is Associate Professor of Art at the University of the South and a founding member of the independent arts organization Fugitive Projects. He has served as board member of the Mid-South Sculpture Alliance and Number Inc., a non-profit arts magazine headquartered in Memphis. He is a 2009 recipient of the Tennessee State Individual Artist Grant, a recent Kennedy Fellow at the University of the South, and has been an artist is residence at the F+F School of Art in Zurich and the Burren College of Art in Ireland. Pond also works as an independent writer, curator, and lecturer with recent projects and events hosted by the Egyptian Ministry of Culture, Fivemyles Gallery, Delta Axis, the Frist and Cheekwood Museums of Art in Nashville. Pond's own art practice involves sculpture, sound installation and performance, video, documentary, electronics, and programming. His artwork has been exhibited across the US and internationally in places such as Galway, Dublin, Basel, Cairo, Portland, Austin, Chicago, New York, Memphis, and Nashville. Recent and upcoming exhibitions, screenings, and performances include Ditch Projects in Oregon, the Hunter Museum in Chattanooga, the Knoxville Museum of Art, the University of Arkansas, Flux Factory and EFA Space, the Banff Center, the Good Citizen Gallery in St. Louis, Soil, and the Dublin Electronic Arts Festival. He is represented by the Zeitgeist Gallery.