Teri Rueb (Doctor of Design, Harvard) works at the intersection of interactive media, sound, land and environmental art. She is Professor of Media Study at the University at Buffalo where she also holds an affiliate appointment in the Department of Architecture and Planning. She is Founder and Director of Open Air Institute, a platform for connecting field-based learning and collaborative partnerships at the intersection of media, ecology and culture.
She is the recipient of numerous awards including a Prix Ars Electronica Award of Distinction for her project “Core Sample”. Her work has been presented internationally and funded by the Arnold Arboretum / Harvard, the metaLab / Harvard, the Banff Center for the Arts, Edith Russ Site for Media Art, Klangpol, LEF Foundation, Turbulence.org, Artslink, and La Panacee Centre Pour Culture Contemporaine. She is currently working on a new sound walk for the Fenway in Boston, commissioned by the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.