Listening to Landscapes: Augmenting Environments with Media Overlays
How might we listen to landscape in new ways? Artist Teri Rueb has asked this question for the past twenty years through her land-based art practice that blends sound and environment using new mobile media. From the Back Bay Fens to the Berlin Tiergarten, her works have woven audio recordings into the landscape using custom interactive sound playback software that allows sounds to play in response to visitor's movement through the environment.
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- Learn how GPS-based interactive media and collaborative mapping can be used to reveal the complex, layered history of various types of landscapes.
- Examine case studies of projects in public landscapes that weave together voices, field recordings, and other sounds in response to visitor movement.
- Consider how this interactive blend of media, ecology, and culture can enrich the field of landscape design.
New Directions in the American Landscape
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