Bryan Leister
Since 2006
Works in United States of America

Bryan Leister works across a broad range of media reflecting his education in design and his career as an illustrator and artist.
His work has been commissioned for the covers of many national and international magazines, including Time, BusinessWeek, Forbes, Der Spiegel and the Atlantic Monthly.

His animated shorts P.R, Indistinct Boundaries and drop have screened in festivals throughout the country, including the Altanta Film Festival, Ann Arbor Film Festival, New York Underground Film Festival, Brooklyn Arts Film Festival, the Chicago Underground Film Festival. P.R. was also awarded a second jurors prize in the 27th Black Maria Film Festival.

His installations and game-based artwork has been exhibited in contemporary art spaces including the Urban Institute of Contemporary Art in Grand Rapids, Redline Denver, Walker Fine Art and the Plus Gallery Denver.

Leister currently works from his studio in Denver, Colorado and is an Assistant Professor at the University of Colorado Denver where he teaches Digital Design and Transmedia. He received a BFA from Virginia Commonwealth University and an MFA in Art and Visual Technology from George Mason University.

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Dance Performance/Installation at Warehouse Theater

Sat Feb 24, 2007 00:00 - Tue Feb 13, 2007

Jane Franklin Dance explores the space memory occupies in a collaboration with digital artist Bryan Leister and composer Gina Biver. This time based performance installation can be seen at Warehouse Theater during two weekends, February 24 - 25 and March 3 - 4.

Using live video, electroacoustic software and a Theremin, dancers will carve out an environment of sound and color. Biver's compositions will be reinterpreted as the dancers move through space, creating a unique experience of media and modern dance. The media installation will be available for audience interaction between performances.

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Tue Sep 12, 2006 00:00 - Tue Sep 12, 2006

Through the use of sensors (a modified Theremin), projection, sound, a prehistoric lithic artifact and other media this exhibit focuses on the gallery space itself.

The show is at the Fine Arts Gallery at GMU, Fairfax, VA through September 14.