Artist Teri Rueb creates large-scale, outdoor, interactive installations that utilize global positioning systems (GPS) technology and digital sound. She lectures at noon today, Friday, November 20, at the University of Oregon in Portland (first floor event room in the White Stag Block, 70 NW Couch).
Rueb’s installations incorporate issues of architecture, urbanism and landscape while incorporating themes like the human body, memory, technology, culture and sound. She intends for her work to "engage the body and senses, and allow for visitors to encounter and experience place and people."
The lecture is part of the "Machine in the Garden" digital arts studio class and lecture series.