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Country of origin: United States
Year of origin: 2011
Duration: 2:49
Age Restriction: 16+


Name/Title: Eric Leiser


Director: Eric Leiser
Producer: Eric Leiser


Experimental, Abstract, Surrealism


Stop-motion, Pixilation, Other


Eric Leiser
Published on 19 Mar 2021 / In Eric Leiser Experimental Shorts


⁣⁣Regeneration is a film about transformation. Starting in a dark place the character reaches toward the divine and breaks into the world of the spirit. Through this act representing an outstretched hand we see that the Holy Spirit represented as a dove is pursuing us even more urgently. The meeting of the two represents the freedom in flight found in trusting fully in the Holy Spirit and is completed with the return to the heart now fully regenerated.

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Eric Leiser is an award-winning artist, experimental filmmaker, animator and holographer working in New York and born in California. An alumni of CalArts Experimental Animation program, he creates intricate works of film, sculpture, holography and painting along with film installation integrating animation, painting, sculpture, holography and live perfor-mance.

His most recent solo exhibitions include: The Horse Hospital Museum in London, The Exploratorium Museum in San Francisco, Galerie Entropia in Poland, MaRS Gallery in Los Angeles, Galerie du Haut Pave in Paris, Sound of MU Gallery in Oslo, Flux Factory/Holocenter in New York City, Fringe Exhibitions Gallery in Los Angeles, Central Academy of Fi-ne Arts in Beijing, Ruben H. Fleet Space Museum in San Diego and Goldsmiths, University of London. Recent group exhibitions include The Whitney Museum of American Art, The MIT Museum, MassMoCA, Ar-mory Arts Center, Spencer Brownstone Gallery and Cabinet Magazine among others.

His animated/live action films have been shown at the Whitney Museum of American Art, Victoria and Albert Museum, Museum of Modern Art Antwerp, The Istanbul Modern Museum of Art, Thessaloniki Contempo-rary Art Museum, MASS MoCA, Centro Cultural Ricardo Rojas Muse-um de Buenos Aires, The Ruben H. Fleet Space Museum, Four-Dimensions Space Art Museum Beijing, The Exploratorium Museum, The Wexner Center, (BFI) British Film Institute, Anthology Film Ar-chives, Los Angeles Filmforum, San Francisco Film Society, Aster Arts Plaza Hiroshima, Armory Art Center, Oxford University, Goldsmiths-University of London, Royal College of Art, Harvard University, Cali-fornia Institute of the Arts, The Art Institute in Chicago, The New School, SVA, Pratt Institute, The Central Academy of Fine Arts Beijing and Sonoma State University among others. His films have screened in the world’s top film festivals most recently at the Cannes Film Festival, Annecy International Animation Festival and the Hiroshima International Animation Festival. His recent 4th feature film Apocalypsis was released by Lionsgate in 2018.

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