D300 Gallery: Meghan Gordon MFA ART
D301 Gallery: Chris Dyson MFA ART
L-SHAPE Gallery: Pun Ho Yan Nicole MFA ART
MAIN Gallery Perimeter: Ali Kheradyar MFA ART
A402 Gallery: Nick Johnston MFA ART
LIME Gallery: Luis Flores MFA ART
MINT Gallery: Danny Escalante MFA ART
ART: Tom Leeser is a digital media artist, educator, curator and writer. He is the Program Director of the Art and Technology Program in the School of Art and the Director of the Center for Integrated Media at the California Institute of the Arts.Tom's film and video work along with his interactive installations and public performances have been shown at Telic Arts Exchange, MassMoca, The Santa Monica Museum of Art, The Kitchen, The Millennium, The Knitting Factory, Siggraph and film and video festivals worldwide. Tom's projects have received support from Art Matters, Creative Time and the Daniel Langlois Foundation. Tom's recent curatorial projects include 'Radical Cosmologies, ISEA2012', 'Indirect Intention- A Home and Garden Intervention at the Museum of Jurassic Technology and the Center for Land Use Interpretation', 'Future Imaginary' for the Ben Maltz Gallery at the Otis College of Art and Design, 'The Lament Project- An Evening at the Manual Archives', 'Underground Cinemamachine' for Machine Project and 'Object Lessons' for Gigantic Artspace in New York.
CalArts, Bijou Theater
FILM/VIDEO: Pincus Finster is in way over his head: trying to find a way to stall his father’s Parkinson’s, halfheartedly taking up yoga to meet girls, and letting his only friend, Dietmar, an aging German illegal alien, get drunk and sleep in the homes they’re supposed to be remodeling. Pincus spends his time stoned and fumbling for some sort of spiritual truth. Drawing from his own life, director and writer David Fenster has cast his family and friends (including his father, Paul Fenster, who has been living with Parkinson’s for 13 years) and woven documentary footage shot in and around his hometown of Miami, Florida, into the story, capturing the singular beauty of a city that is so often misrepresented.