publications

Recent Articles Authored

Arnoldia 75/1, Summer 2017
Other Order: Sound Walk for an Urban Wild (Peter Del Tredici, Teri Rueb)

LEONARDO MAGAZINE (online), MIT PRESS, Leonardo Electronic Almanac, December 2015
Special Issue on Mobile Art, Edited by Mimi Sheller and Hana Iverson
Reprint: “Locative Media as Generative Displacement”, (3000 words)

SILVA, Arnold  Arboretum/ Harvard (Spring/Summer 2014)
Sounds of an Evolving Landscape: A Virtual Installation Illuminates Bussey Brook Meadow

LEONARDO MAGAZINE, Special Issue on SIGGRAPH 2014, MIT PRESS
Guest Editor, Teri Rueb

Essays in Books

Locative Media: Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Media and Locality, Edited by Regine Buschauer and Katharine Willis [Transcript Verlag, 2013]”This is (Not) a Map”, (pp. 137)

Small Tech: The Culture of Digital Tools, Edited by Byron Hawk, Ollie  Ovieto and David Reider [Univ. of Minnesota Press, 2008] “Shifting Subjects in Locative Media”, (pp. 129-133)

Second Person: Role-playing and Story in Games and Playable Media, Edited by Pat Harrigan and Noah Wardrip-Fruin [MIT Press, 2007]“Teri Rueb on Itinerant”, (pp. 273-277)

Teaching Publications

Leonardo Electronic Almanac: Special Issue on Locative Media

Online Exhibitions

LEONARDO, Vol. 39, No. 4 (August), 2016
“Locative Arts”, Drew Hemmet, MIT Press

Interviews

Re-Drawing Boundaries, Leonardo Electronic Almanac New Media Exhibition 2011
Interview with Teri Rueb
Curator Jeremy Hight
Senior Curators: Lanfranco Aceti and Christiane Paul

Ubiquitous Computing, Complexity and Culture, Routledge 2015
Jay David Bolter Interview with Teri Rueb

Significant Mentions in Books
Undermining: A Wild Ride in Words and Images through Land Use Politics in the Changing West, by Lucy Lippard [The New Press, 2014]

Aesthetics of Interaction in Digital Art, by Katja Kwastek [MIT Press, 2013]

Walking and Mapping: Artists as Cartographers, by Karen O’Rourke [MIT Press, 2013]

INTERNATIONAL ENCYCLOPEADIA OF HUMAN GEOGRAPHY, VOL. 1, 2009 
Ed. Helyer and Kitchin, Oxford: Elsevier Press

Digital Art, by Christiane Paul [Thames and Hudson: World of Art Series, 2008]

INFORMATION ARTS: INTERSECTIONS OF ART, SCIENCE, AND TECHNOLOGY Ed. Stephen Wilson, Cambridge, MIT Press GPS Art: Trace (pp. 286-288), Tactile Interfaces: Memory is a Pea (p. 755), 2002.

Selected Reviews

WANDERLUST: ACTIONS, TRACES, JOURNEYS 1967-2017
Edited by Rachel Adams, MIT PRESS (Times Beach pp. 248-253)

ASAP JOURNAL,  “Wanderlust: Or How to Wander In and Out of the Dark History of the Now”, Jasmina Tumbas, December 17, 2017

ABERDEEN MAGAZINE, “Unique Collaborative Mapping Project Explores Our Connection to the Place We Call Home”, July / August 2017

artsHebdomedias, “Special Issue on Mobile Art: Entrée(s) en matière – Œuvres commentées”, (available on App Store and Google Play) February Issue, No. 16, 2017

VICE MEDIA / WAYPOINT, “How the Tech Behind ‘Pokemon Go’ Has Been Powering
Games for Decades”, November 15, 2016

HARVARD GAZETTE, October 17, 2014

University at Buffalo, UB REPORTER, October 23, 2014

Boston University, BU TODAY, October 9, 2014

FRANCE TV 3, Languedoc- Rousillon, June 27, 2013

LANDSCHAFT 2.0, 2009
Edited by Sabine Himmelsbach and Bettina von Dziembowski, Edith Russ Site for Media Art and Springhornhof Kunstverein, KEHRER VERLAG (Elsewhere : Anderswo pp. 162-173)

Exhibitions Catalogs 

Ars Electronica 2008

Network Landscapes: Landscape, Public Space & Mobile Music…Molecules?, 2008

Responsive Environments and Data Landscapes, 2007

On Itinerant, 2007

New Course: Responsive Environments and Data Landscapes, 2005

Consciousness Reframed 2002
Sonic Space-Time: Sound Installation and Secondary Orality

SIGGRAPH 2002 Electronic Art and Animation Catalog