Leighton Pierce has video installation at University of Michigan's Slusser Gallery, concurrent with Ann Arbor Film Festival

Mar 26 2012 - Apr 02 2012


University of Michigan
Slusser Gallery
Ann Arbor, MI




Film and Video

Filmmaker and video artist Leighton Pierce will produce a major, immersive multi-channel video installation titled The Threshold of Peripheral Induction on view at the Slusser Gallery, March 26 – April 2.

On Friday, March 30th, as part of the 50th Ann Arbor Film Festival, Pierce will lead a free, public gallery walk-through and discussion of his work.

Leighton Pierce uses film, video, and sound to create experiences in transformative time. He creates multi-channel site-specific installations as well as single channel works. His award-winning short films and videos have been exhibited in major art museums and film festivals throughout the world including The Sundance Film Festival, The Whitney Biennial  and the San Francisco, New York and Rotterdam Film Festivals.

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