PULSE Art & Technology Festival 2022 @ Telfair Museums’ Jepson Center, Savannah

PULSE Telfair Jepson museums Savannah 2022


Telfair’s annual PULSE Art + Technology Festival returns for its 15th year March 2-6 2022 (after being rescheduled from January) with two exhibitions exploring illusion and meditative applications of technology in art.

The exhibition Chul-Hyun Ahn: Beyond focuses on the illusionistic light sculpture of Baltimore-based artist Chul-Hyun Ahn, whose work invites viewers into contemplative infinite spaces. A companion exhibition in the museum’s TechSpace includes work by artists exploring light, illusion, and movement to create meditative experiences, including Ryan Buyssens’ prismatic light sculpture Chromatica, Aidan Lincoln Fowler’s video infinity mirror, and video sculptures and other works by artists including Max Almy, Teri Yarbrow, Greg Finger, Zhou Fan, Kelley McClung, Guanzhi Kou, and Skye Hu.

In addition to the galleries, PULSE will include the immersive video installation Return in the Jepson Center atrium by John Collette for the three evenings of the festival.

Order tickets online here. 


Virtual PULSE Curator and Artists’ Tour
Thurs. Jan, 20, 6PM
Join PULSE curator Harry DeLorme offers a virtual walkthrough of the new exhibitions connected to this year’s PULSE Art + Technology Festival on Telfair Museum’s Facebook page.

Rescheduled opening lecture by Chul Hyun Ahn
Wed. March 2 at 6PM
Register for this free event here.

“Return,” an immersive projection work by John Colette will be on view the Jepson Center atrium the evenings of March 2-4

PULSE artist panels will take place the mornings of Thurs. March 3 and Fri. March 4 at 11AM

The museum will offer most of the additional programs originally planned for PULSE with a few modifications.

The full schedule will be published the week of Jan. 24 online here.


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