Telfair Museums’ PULSE: Art and Technology Festival returns with 5 days of exciting programming by national, international and regional artists. This year’s art projects include an exhibition of interactive robotic sculpture and video works by artist Hye Yeon Nam, videogame installations curated by New York independent arcade Babycastles, and works by Georgia new media Artist Derek Larson. Performances include a rare U.S. appearance by Onyx Ashanti, the American-born, Berlin-based musician has appeared at TED talks and venues internationally demonstrating his Beatjazz system. PULSE also includes a new performance, Indi-Visible, by the Medeology Collective, and two stagings of Douglas Wilson’s group game Johann Sebastian Joust. The festival also includes Blank Page Poetry, a new combination of spoken word and projection in collaboration with Indigo Sky Community Gallery.
Presented FREE of charge thanks to project funding from the City of Savannah Department of Cultural Affairs.