Teri Rueb describes Itinerant and quotes excerpts from the project’s vocal track. The installation-style piece uses a GPS system and a headseat. As the participant walks through the allotted space, the GPS cues various recordings. Rueb claims to want “to implicate the participant as a charged body in public space whose movement and presence become critical agents in structuring the meaning of the work.”
Author: Teri Rueb
Teri Rueb's large-scale responsive environments and sound installations explore issues of architecture and urbanism, landscape and the body, and sonic and acoustic space. She is an Associate Professor in the graduate department of Digital + Media at the Rhode Island School of Design in Providence. Teri currently lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where she is a candidate in the Doctor of Design program at Harvard University.