Lars Müller in conversation with Teri Rueb and Michael Meredith on the broadened media repertoire and new potentials for the communicating atmospheres in film, internet, book, and mobile media. Presentations and panel discussion.
Designer and Publisher
Born in Oslo/Norway in 1955; Norwegian, has lived in Switzerland since 1963. After an apprenticeship as a graphic designer and some years as a peripatetic student in the USA and Holland he opened his design studio in Baden/Switzerland in 1982. Since 1996 he has been a partner in the Integral Concept interdisciplinary design group, which operates in Paris, Milan Berlin, Montreal and Baden. Lars Muller started to publish books on typography, design, art, photography and architecture in 1983. He is a member of the Alliance Graphique Internationale and frequently teaching at Design Universities in Switzerland and Germany.
Head, Digital + Media, Rhode Island School of Design
Teri Rueb is a landscape artist whose work engages digital, architectural and traditional media and modes of production. She is currently conducting doctoral research at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design where her research addresses the intersection of mobile network culture and constructions of landscape and subjectivity. Her most recent project, "Core Sample", received a Prix Ars Electronica Award of Distinction in the Digital Musics category. She is also a Rockefeller New Media Fellowship nominee for 2008. Working in the domain of what she has coined "network landscapes", her large-scale responsive environments and location-aware installations explore issues of architecture and urbanism, landscape and the body, and sonic and acoustic space. She is founder and principal of Open Air Studio in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Assistant Professor of Architecture, Harvard GSD
Michael Meredith teaches in the architecture core design studio sequence. His professional practice engages interdisciplinary discourses, ranging from art to technology, producing a spectrum of design work which includes furniture, products, sound, exhibition design, speculative architecture projects and residences in New York, Massachusetts, Ontario, Texas, and California. He was a finalist for the design of the Pentagon 9-11 memorial and the PS1/MoMA Young Architects competition. Recent projects include the Le Corbusier Puppet Theater in collaboration with Pierre Huyghe, artist studio in Upstate NY, a proposal for the PS1/MoMA Young Architects Program invited competition, the Ballroom Marfa Drive-In , and the UTEC non-profit Teen Center in Lowell, MA. In 1998, he was a winner of the Young Architects Competition at the Architectural League of New York.
For more information visit: Lars Muller Publishers website
or: Teri Rueb's website
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