Teri Rueb is an artist whose work combines sound and site using mobile media. Over the past twenty years, she has created sound installations in which sounds play back in response to one's movement in the landscape as sensed by GPS. These works have been made for landscapes across the United States, Germany, France and Canada. Her practice is site-specific and research-based, with each piece involving extended periods of development, often in collaboration with local residents. Most recently she completed a commission with the Fiske Planetarium at CU and is engaged in collaborations with electrical engineer, David Anderson, exploring the aesthetic possibilities of experimental loudspeaker design and acoustic holography.
Art, media, interface, culture, ecology, sound, acoustics, walking, listening, hearing, embodiment, space and place, architecture and urbanism, landscape, cultural geography, creative non-fiction
CMDP 3150 - Sonic Histories
Introduces students to the history and theory of sound, through aesthetic, conceptual, and technological, developments. This course explores the physicality of sound, what sound can do inside and outside the artistic sphere, investigate sounding and listening as cultural and social acts, and study major developments in radio, electronic music, sound art, science and technology studies, and sound studies.
CMDP 7450 - Comprehensive Exam Seminar
Fall 2018 / Fall 2019 / Fall 2020 / Fall 2021
Designed in a seminar format, this course reviews literature and concepts in all prior coursework and guides studies in their preparation for comprehensive exams. All ETMAP students must demonstrate their understanding of the fundamental concepts explored and developed in prior coursework in relation to individual areas of research.
CMDP 7500 - Production Methods I
Provides technical resources for students to work with emergent technologies in a media arts context. This is a team-taught, practice-based course addressing various production methods, from moving image and video to web and network media to computational media.
CMDP 8100 - Dissertation Development
Designed in a seminar format, this course guides students through the development of a practice-based dissertation in which constant critical thinking is required. Through intensive workshopping and close reading, this class guides students from the dissertation proposal to the opening stages of tangible, original research.