Doctoral Student Interviewed about Immersive Art

Doctoral Student Interviewed about Immersive Art

Peter Burr

September 20, 2022

Peter Burr, a Ph.D. student in Games and Simulation Arts and Sciences at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, recently appeared on the talk show Art and Technology.

In the first part of the episode, he discussed his development as an artist, the process of creation, and how his work interacts with the world.

In the second part, he invited Rome-based sculptor and video game designer Auriea Harvey to speak about environmental storytelling and what Utopia might look like.


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