Oct 6th 2017
October 16-19, 2017
LECTURE, WORKSHP and a TALK with TERI RUEB (US)
Workshop to be accompanied by:
Tony Yanick (PhD student, DMS)
GPS-based interactive installations
Università degli Studi di Torino, Politecnico di Torino, PAV Parco Arte Vivente di Torino
Sep 15th 2017
Walk and Talk with Teri Rueb at Times Beach
Sunday, September 17: Noon
Meet at Times Beach
Coast Guard Station S Rd,
Buffalo, NY 14203
Join artist Teri Rueb at Times Beach on Sunday, September 17 at noon to learn more about her newest sound walk, Times Beach, included in the newly opened exhibition Wanderlust: Actions, Traces, Journeys 1967-2017. Make sure to download the free app before you come, wear comfortable shoes and BRING HEADPHONES! Part of Wanderlust: Actions, Traces, Journeys 1967-2017, this sound walk has visitors engage with Times Beach, located on the outer harbor of Buffalo.
Apr 26th 2017
Sound and the City
To experience Boston’s newest public art you’ll need to use your ears instead of your eyes. Join Meghna Chakrabarti, host ofRadio Boston, for a lively discussion with artists and creative thinkers about new sound art projects that change the way we experience our city.
The panelists will discuss the recent interest in public art and the thinking behind two innovative sound pieces commissioned for the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum’s current exhibition Listen Hear: The Art of Sound.
Panelists will include:
- Bree Edwards, Director, Center for the Arts, Northeastern University
- Bruce Odland, artist
- Teri Rueb, artist
- Charles Waldheim, Ruettgers Curator of Landscape, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
Event Date: Thursday, May 4, 2017, 7:00 pm
Location: Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, 25 Evans Way, Boston, MA 02115
Apr 6th 2017
Mar 15th 2017
Teri Rueb, in collaboration with Ernst Karel launched Fens, a sound installation for the Back Bay Fens, as part of the exhibition Listen Hear: The Art of Sound at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. Software development by DMS PhD student, Shawn Van Every.Listen Hear: The Art of Sound
March 8–September 5, 2017
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
25 Evans Way
Boston, Massachusetts 02115
Nov 22nd 2016
Professor Teri Rueb and her early work in Locative Media is featured in this Waypoint Vice article:
How the Tech Behind ‘Pokemon Go’ Has Been Powering Games for Decades
Nov 10th 2015
Teri Rueb, Lydia Cordero-Campis and Waylon Wilson to present as part of The Fourth Annual UB Haudenosaunee Research Symposium
Professor Teri Rueb, MFA graduate student Lydia Cordero-Campis, and undergraduate student Waylon Wilson will present Media And Cultural Revitalization at Tuscarora with American Studies PhD student Jodi L. Maracle as part of The Fourth Annual UB Haudenosaunee Research Symposium, Friday, November 13th, 9am-4pm, Center for the Arts, Lower Gallery B45, UB North Campus.
Aug 26th 2015
Teri Rueb will be Visiting Faculty in the Land Arts of the American West field-based learning program in August (funded by the Mellon Foundation). Her visit will include a week of on-site interactions with students at Cebolla Canyon, Roden Crater, and other significant locations. Her visit will also include an array of on-campus lectures and events to be hosted by the Art & Ecology MFA Program at the University of New Mexico.
Apr 11th 2015
April 17th, CFA 112 @ 7pm & April 29th, Hallwalls @ 7pm
Feb 23rd 2015
Teri Rueb to present at University of Guelph for the Geography Brown Bag Series on Feb 27th 2015.
12:00 – 1:00 pm in Hutt Building, Room 234.
Oct 16th 2014
DMS Professor and Director of Graduate Studies, Teri Rueb launches her new sound walk Other Order at Harvard University’s Arnold Arboretum on Saturday October 18. The project is described as “a mobile sound experience set in the spontaneous landscape of Bussey Brook Meadow at the Arnold Arboretum. ”
The project also features sound design by DMS grad Adam McFillin, and Android App development by MFA/MArch candidate Nima Vakili.
Further details of the project below:
A Sound Walk Through Bussey Brook Meadow
Saturday, Oct 18, 2014
at the South Street entrance
Bussey Brook Meadow Gate
The Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University
Remarks at 1:15pm, refreshments and other activities to follow.
Created by media artist Teri Rueb and illuminated by the voice of the Arnold Arboretum’s retired Senior Research Scientist, Peter Del Tredici, the sound walk is a GPS-enhanced application that senses the participant’s movement and location and in response, plays back sounds and stories at specific points in the landscape. It’s an innovative approach to interpreting the complex natural and cultural history of this fascinating urban wild. Visitors are encouraged to download the app at home in advance of their visit and wear headphones for optimal listening.
Download the app before the event from the App Store or Google play by searching “Other Order.”
Public Transportation: Take the T to Forest Hills and enter the Arboretum through the Washington Street Gate. Follow Blackwell Footpath to the South Street Gate.
Suggested Parking: Park along Bussey Street to walk along Hemlock Hill Road. Turn right onto Valley Road to walk to the South Street Gate. Limited parking is available at the South Street Gate.
Don’t forget to bring your mobile device and headphones!
This project was funded with a generous donation by Janine Luke in memory of Melvin Seiden.
Sep 17th 2014Open Air Institute and The Department of Media Study with co-sponsorship from the Techne Institute are delighted to host botanist Peter Del Tredici, Professor of Landscape Architecture (Harvard University Graduate School of Design) for a public lecture at the University at Buffalo.Peter Del Tredici, Senior Research Scientist Arnold Arboretum / HarvardAssociate Professor, Landscape Architecture, Harvard GSDLecture: Immigrant EcologiesMonday, September 226:30 p.m.301 Crosby Hall (UB Department of Architecture)Veitch Memorial Medalist Peter Del Tredici will contextualize his 2010 book “Wild Urban Plants of the Northeast: A Field Guide” (Cornell University Press) with respect to what he calls “immigrant ecologies” in this public lecture which marks his second visit to Buffalo as part of a Techne Institute funded collaboration with Teri Rueb. A field trip to Silo City and the Central Terminal Building on September 23 from 2:00 – 4:00 is also scheduled as part of the Media Study course offering “Media Geographies”. Please contact Teri Rueb (terirueb at buffalo dot edu) for further information.
Apr 7th 2014
Landscape Across the Disciplines
Spring 2014 Events
Contact: Teri Rueb, Department of Media Study (email@example.com)
See the LAD Blog for more information.
Neil Patterson Founder and Director of the Tuscarora Nation Environment Program and member of the Haudenosaunee Environmental Task Force
April 14, 3:00 – 5:00 p.m. UB Gender Institute, The Commons, Room 207
Talk Topic: Hydropower relicensing work on the Niagara River, including the recent development of a 4th grade school curriculum called “Life on the River”, using a recently excavated archeological site to explore perceptions about local indigenous culture.
Beynan Ransom UB PhD Candidate in Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering (UB ERIE-IGERT Fellow)
April 21, 1:00 – 3:00 p.m. UB Gender Institute, The Commons, Room 207
Epistemological Pluralism of Degraded Landscapes: Using Native American Toponyms in Ecosystem Restoration
Ernst Karel Sound artist, Harvard Sensory Ethnography Lab
May 5, 4:00 – 6:00 p.m., Center for the Arts (CFA) Room 112
Ernst Karel Personal Web Site <http://ek.klingt.org/>
Harvard Sensory Ethnography Lab <http://sel.fas.harvard.edu/>
Sound artist and sound designer Ernst Karel will screen recent works including excerpts from collaborations “Single Stream” (with Pawel Pajtasik and Toby Lee) and “Leviathan” (directed by Lucien Castaing-Taylor and Véréna Paravel). Work will be presented in the context of the greater project of the Harvard Sensory Ethnography Lab which was included in this year’s Whitney Bienniale.
Ernst Karel’s audio work includes electroacoustic improvisation and composition, location recording, and sound for non-fiction films. Together with Pawel Wojtasik and Toby Kim Lee, he made Single Stream, a large-scale video and four-channel audio installation commissioned by the Museum of the Moving Image in Queens, New York in 2013. Since 1999 Karel has performed and recorded together with Kyle Bruckmann in the electroacoustic duo EKG. Films for which Karel has edited and mixed sound include Sweetgrass, Foreign Parts, Leviathan, and Yumen. His most recent albums composed with location recordings are Materials Recovery Facility, Swiss Mountain Transport Systems, and Heard Laboratories.
This event is Co-Sponsered by The Department of Media Study
Apr 4th 2014
Teri Rueb presents at Harvard
Sonic Ethnography Studio
April 4, 10:30-11:00
Sever Hall Room 416
Teri Rueb will present a selection of her site-specific sound walks and public installations developed in the American Southwest, the South of France, the Boston Harbor and most recently, the Arnold Arboretum.
Sep 19th 2013
Department of Media Study Professor Teri Rueb will be sitting on a panel discussing Augmented Reality at Pratt University on Saturday Sept. 21.
Chair: Meredith Drum(Artist, Department of Digital Arts at Pratt Institute)
Panelists: Mark Skwarek (Manifest AR and Professor of Integrated Digital Media at NYU-Poly) Teri Rueb (Professor of Media Studies at SUNY Buffalo), John Craig Freeman (Manifest AR and Professor of New Media at Emerson College), Sarah Drury (Professor in New Media at Temple University)
As the capacity of handheld devices has increased, and new augmented reality software has made production more accessible, there has been a corresponding surge of AR projects produced by artists concerned with place and situation. In what ways can these projects refocus attention in virtual and actual public spaces, and provide platforms for expanded public discourse? How do these artists produce within the boundaries of mobile AR, navigating common limitations (small screens, jumpy GPS, device dependency narrowing audience), to create meaningful experiences? This panel starts with the premise that artist-produced AR has the potential to significantly alter our relationship to cultural, political and social phenomena and to other bodies—humans, animals, plants, built structures, landforms and visible and invisible machines. Four artists producing critical place-based AR—Teri Rueb, Sarah Drury, John Craig Freeman and Phoenix Toews—will discuss their concepts, processes and choices with the audience and moderator Meredith Drum.Place: Lecture Room, Pratt Brooklyn Campus, Myrtle Hall, 215 Willoughby Ave. 11205
Nov 6th 2012
Alan Price, Ohio State Advanced Computing Center for Arts and Design (ACCAD)
Recent Works in Realtime Responsive Animation
Thursday, November 8 at 3:30 pm 113A Davis Hall
Refreshments to follow, 4:30 – 5:00
NOTE: Individual appointments with Professor Price are being scheduled on Thursday from 7:00 a.m. – 18:30 p.m. (with the exception of the window 15:00 – 17:00). Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com to sign up.
Alan Price designs and creates real time responsive animation. His background as a filmmaker and animator emphasizes narrative and cinema structure in his works with immersive and interactive storytelling. Utilizing video game technology and combinations of ready-made and custom hardware, he creates virtual environments and responsive spaces to explore alternative forms of personal expression in time-based digital media. His animation and interactive work has exhibited internationally and is on permanent display in museums of art, technology, science, and history. He is currently a professor at The Ohio State University’s Advanced Computing Center for the Arts and Design (ACCAD).
Recent Works in Realtime Responsive Animation: Installations and Performance
In responsive realtime animation, the viewing experience is informed by alternative methods of display and input, often creating virtual worlds that have awareness and responsiveness to the presence of the observer. This is not limited to methods for engaging multiple senses or surrounding the viewer to make him or her feel physically immersed, but also to investigate ways in which actions and their familiarity, such as taking a photograph, provides a sense of playing a role and of being integral to the representation of events taking place. These works incorporate large-scale stereoscopic projection screens, touchscreens, video tracking of body position and gesture, sound, and networked collaborative user interaction. Ongoing experimentation in this area includes works developed for live theatrical performance in collaboration with choreographers and composers, and extensions of the concepts and technology into museum displays and training applications. A chronology of creative works will be presented and discussed to elaborate on the process of development and continuing exploration in narrative structure and figurative representation combined with modes of interaction for new forms of storytelling in real time immersive environments.
a full press release can be found here: Colloq of 11-8-12
Mar 7th 2012
Local and Mobile: linking mobilities, mobile communication and locative media
When: March 16-18, 2012
Where: North Carolina State University, Park Shops Building (BNUM. 33), Raleigh, NC
Paul Dourish (University of California, Irvine)
Rich Ling (IT University of Copenhagen)
Teri Rueb (University of Buffalo, SUNY)
NC State University will be hosting Local and Mobile, a joint international conference of the Pan-American Mobilities Network and the Cosmobilities Network, and the 3rd annual research symposium of the Communication, Rhetoric and Digital Media (CRDM) program at NCSU. The first mobilities conference, Cultures of Movement: Mobile Subjects, Communities, and Technologies in the Americas took place in 2010 in Victoria, British Columbia (Canada). The second instantiation of the conference, Mobilities in Motion: New Approaches to Emergent and Future Mobilities happened this year in Philadelphia.
Mobilities has become an important framework to understand and analyze contemporary social, spatial, economic and political practices. Being interdisciplinary in its nature, Mobilities focuses on the systematic movement of people, goods and information that “travel” around the world in rates much higher (or much slower) than before. As such, mobility studies challenge traditional scholarship that often ignores the social dimensions of mobility, overlooking how travel, movement, and communication and transportation networks help to constitute modern societies and communities. Mobility has always been critical for the creation of social networks and to the development of connections to places. In addition, Mobilities contributes to study of the technological, social and cultural developments in transportation, border control, mobile communication, “intelligent” infrastructure, surveillance.
To read more, click here.
About Teri Rueb:
Dr. Teri Rueb is Professor in the Media Study Department at the University at Buffalo (SUNY) where she is Founder and Director of Open Air Institute. Previously, she served as founding faculty of the graduate Digital + Media department at the Rhode Island School of Design, where she was later appointed Department Head. In addition to essays published in numerous collections, Dr. Rueb is an artist working at the intersection of interactive media, sound, land, and environmental art. Her work has earned numerous grants and awards, including a Prix Electronica Award of Distinction, and has been featured in prominent texts including Digital Art (Ed. Paul, Thames & Hudson) and Information Arts: Intersections of Art, Science and Technology (Ed. Wilson, MIT Press). Dr. Rueb received her Ph.D from the Harvard University Graduate School of Design.
Feb 20th 2012
Teri Rueb will present work in the exhibition L.A.RePlay at UCLA along with a paper as part of the panel Mobile Art to be presented at the 100th Anniversary College Art Association Conference in Los Angeles, California (February 22 – 25).
Mobile Art: The Aesthetics of Mobile Network Culture in Place Making, Part I
Wednesday, February 22, 2:30 PM–5:00 PM
Concourse Meeting Room 403A, Level 2, Los Angeles Convention Center
Chairs: Hana Iverson, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey; Mimi Sheller, Drexel University
In a Network of Lines that Intersect: Placing Mobile Interaction
Teri Rueb, University at Buffalo, State University of New York
Situated Mobile Audio
Siobhan O’Flynn, Canadian Film Centre Media Lab
Sounding Cartographies and Navigation Art: In Search of the Sublime
Ksenia Fedorova, University of California, Davis
Leila Nadir, Wellesley College
“En Route” and “Past City Future”: Making Places, Here and There, Now and When
Ian Woodcock, University of Melbourne
Feb 4th 2011
Workshop by Zach Gage
When: Tuesday, February 8 @ 1:00 – 4:40 pm
Where: CFA 246 (Lab 246)
The Workshop will feature iPhone and OpenFrameworks
Please RSVP to Teri Rueb at firstname.lastname@example.org
Department of Media Study
Sponsored by: the Open Air Institute | UB Media Study
Mar 15th 2010
MEDIA ARCHITECTURE COLLOQUIUM
2-5pm, Wednesday, March 17, 2010
301 Crosby Hall, South Campus
University at Buffalo
This half-day event brings together artists, architects and researchers to examine the evolving overlaps, intersections, and exchanges between the fields of Architecture and Media Art in the 21st century. As media, communication and information systems become embedded in and distributed throughout the material fabric of our daily lives, new opportunities (and dilemmas) emerge for the design and construction of the built environment. At the same time, these pervasive transformations in how we access, consume and produce contemporary media and information challenge traditional models for how we conceive, perceive and interact within physical space. Bringing together faculty from the departments of Architecture and Media Study at the University at Buffalo with faculty from the Media Architecture program at the Bauhaus–Universität, Weimar, Germany, this international gathering aims to highlight emerging transdisciplinary practices that integrate architectonic and medial space in the creation and construction of these emerging hybrid environments.
The program consists of a six presentations and pair of panel discussions accompanied by a live, networked event/performance involving students from both Buffalo and Weimar.
Dean Brian Carter, College of Architecture and Planning and Senior Associate Dean Charles Stinger, College of Arts and Sciences
“Micro Public Places”
Marc Böhlen, Associate Professor, Department of Media Study, University at Buffalo
“Current Projects in Interface Design”
Jens Geelhaar, Professor, Faculty of Media, Bauhaus–Universität, Weimar
“Cosmopolli / An Atmospheric Commons”
Jordan Geiger, Assistant Professor, Department of Architecture, University at Buffalo
“The Blind Screen”
Omar Khan, Associate Professor, Department of Architecture, University at Buffalo
“Wandering Line: performing sites through sound”
Teri Rueb, Professor, Department of Media Study, University at Buffalo
“MediaArchitecture at the Bauhaus”
Sabine Zierold, Professor, Faculty of Architecture, Bauhaus–Universität, Weimar
Organized and moderated by:
Mark Shepard, Assistant Professor, Departments of Architecture and Media Study, University at Buffalo