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Keith Roberson reports back from PULSE Tech+Art Festival

Published February 17, 2015

kr-jepson-wide2-300x102FSU Art Faculty Keith Roberson reports back on the PULSE tech+art festival in Savannah, GA where his VR artworks were shown in two locations.

His work, Anomaly in Apalachicola, was well-received at the Telfair Museum’s Jepson Center, and was shown along side other works by Canadian design group Globacore, Video Sculptor Katja Loher, multimedia artist Miwa Matreyek, among others.

See photos of the installation at: Keith Roberson Installation

kr-jepson-wide-300x193Across town, at the Non-Fiction Gallery, he exhibited his VR artwork,“Non-Fiction Post-Apocalyptic”, which included the entire gallery 3D scanned and transformed into a night-time creepy exploration of digital glitch and zombies. You can see a screen-capture of this artwork for Oculus Rift at: Non-Fiction Gallery

Keith helped co-curate the exhibit, “Gesture to Exit”, and included many artworks from FSU Digital artists and friends, including Kevin Curry, Patrick Durgin, Adrian Errico, Phil Gleason, Holly Hanessian, Terri Lindbloom, Mandem, Owen Mundy, and UF Faculty Jack Stenner.

Check out photos of “Gesture to Exit” at: http://www.k-roberson.com/non-fiction-gesture-to-exit-1