Teri Rueb: Workshop and Artist Talk

The Creative Sound & Music REG, the University of Brighton’s School of Media and the Centre for Digital Media Cultures, are happy to host a workshop and a talk by pioneering artist Teri Rueb on June 4th. Details and how to book below.

Teri Rueb Workshop: Experimental acoustic holography

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/teri-rueb-workshop-experimental-acoustic-holography-tickets-62263443636
4th June 10am-2pm, The Lighthouse

Your chance to participate in a workshop with the internationally renowned artist and scholar Teri Rueb who is Professor of Critical Media Practices at the University of Colorado.

The workshop will be of interest to postgraduate (PhD and MA) students interested in digital or audio culture/art (theoretical or practical) and also to undergraduate students with a keen interest in these topics.

Imagine a field of sound that is constant, yet made up of different tones, chords and beatings at the granularity of about 6 cubic inches. This workshop will present a model of a heterogeneous three-dimensional sound field currently under development toward full-scale installation. We will focus on discussions of individual experience of this prototype as a way of revealing the subjectivity of listening and hearing.

There will be a lunch break at the workshop.

Research/Artist Talk: Sound and Sense: Hearing, Listening, Walking, Stillness

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/researchartist-talk-by-teri-rueb-sound-and-sense-hearing-listening-walking-stillness-tickets-62299134388
4th June 3:30-5pm, Edward Street, room 309

The internationally renowned artist and scholar Teri Rueb who is Professor of Critical Media Practices at the University of Colorado presents her latest work, followed by time for questions and discussion/Q&A.

How are the senses reconceived within the milieux of mobile media and sound reproduction technologies in particular? Sound has become the primary spatial medium I am engaged with as an artist. I am recently rethinking the sonic dimension as I move from a mostly headphone-based practice to a new inquiry that embraces the reproduction of sound through loud speakers in both public outdoor and more rarefied indoor settings. This talk will address critical questions that lie at the core of media aesthetics through a series of works staged as responsive sound environments delivered via mobile media and/or custom loud speaker installations.

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