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Brooklyn-based media artist Ben Rubin transforms data into expressive forms ranging from sculptural installations to theatrical performances. He has taught in the Bard College MFA program, Parsons, NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program, and the Yale School of Art. 

Ben Rubin founded EAR Studio in 1998. The studio serves as the production facility for Rubin's art practice, and it also offers a range of design, production, software development, and engineering services to institutional and corporate clients.


EAR Studio's services include:

  • Data sonification and visualization

  • Sound design, scoring, and postproduction for film and podcasts

  • Sonic branding and user interface sound design for consumer products

  • Projection design for theatrical productions and concert tours

  • Audiovisual systems consulting for live performance and advanced media installations

  • Development of AI software that works with text, speech, and time-based media collections

media art and design


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