Latest News

Trace Reddell

Primary Area of Expertise

  • Interdisciplinary media studies in sound and visual arts

Also qualified to speak on topics in the following areas:

  • Digital media
  • Digital cinema
  • Planetariums
  • Popular cosmology
  • Science fiction
  • Sound art and cultures
  • Immersive media
  • Interactive and collaborative media


Trace Reddell is a digital media artist and theorist exploring the interactions of sound and the cosmological imagination.  Over the past two years, Trace’s live cinema performances and video works have screened at over thirty international venues including galleries and new media festivals in New York, London, Glasgow, Amsterdam, Berlin, Zurich, Sao Paolo, Seoul, Hong Kong, and Tehran.  His and audio projects have appeared regularly on the Web since 1999. He is Associate Professor and Director of Digital Media Studies at the University of Denver.  He founded Denver’s first digital media festival, A:D:A:P:T, in Spring 2003 at Denver’s Museum of Contemporary Art.  He currently sits on the advisory board of IMERSA, an international professional association committed to advancing the art, entertainment and science of large-scale, immersive digital media and group interactivity.  Recent publications include articles in Leonardo Music Journal, Leonardo Electronic Almanac, the Contemporary Music Review, the Electronic Book Review, Cybersounds: Essays on Virtual Music Culture (Peter Lang Publishing, 2006), “Cyborg Ritual and Sentic Technology in the Vortex Concerts” in “The Poetics of Space: Sonic Acts XIII” (Sonic Acts Publishing, 2010), and “Ethnoforgery and Outsider Afrofuturism” in Tobias C. van Veen’s edition, “Afrofuturism: Interstellar Transmissions From Remix Culture” (Wayne State University Press, forthcoming).

For more information

Comments are closed.