Ben Rubin,
sound designer and
multimedia artist

Ben Rubin is the director of EAR Studio, a multimedia design firm in New York City that he founded in 1993. Rubin has been a frequent collaborator with Laurie Anderson, Ann Hamilton, Arto Lindsay, Diller+Scofidio, Steve Reich & Beryl Korot, the Builders Association and other artists. Rubin teaches sound design at the NYU Interactive Telecommunications Program and he has been awarded artistic residencies at the Banff Centre for the Arts in Canada and at the STEIM foundation in Holland. He is using an Arts in Multimedia grant awarded by the Brooklyn Academy of Music and Bell Labs to develop "listening posts" in the physical world and on the web.


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