He-Lin Luo



Affiliation(s):


National Taiwan University

Department:


College of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

Location:


TW

Bio:

He-Lin Luo, an artist working in interactivity, with a background in computer programming and kinetic machines, holds degrees from National Taiwan University, and Taipei National University of the Arts, Taiwan. Luo’s many exhibitions include 2009 FILE; 2008 Digital Art Festival Taipei, MOCA Taipei, Taiwan; 2008 / 13th International Biennial Print Exhibition, National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taipei, and multiple awards.

Role(s):


Artist


Art Works:



Writings and Presentations:


Title: Light Storm PLUS
Writing Type: Sketch / Art Talk
Author(s):
Exhibition: SIGGRAPH Asia 2016: Mediated Aesthetics
Abstract Summary:

In the analogue world, electronic signals are based on waveforms. Transmissions of sound waves, light waves, and water waves, all use waveforms to transmit vital information directly related to energy distribution, making waveforms an integral part of our daily lives. The art work Light Storm PLUS uses power generated by waveforms to control the motor of a high-speed rotation device transmitting electroluminescent (EL) cold light. The artwork replicates the shape of wave forms in the real world, thus the light waveforms fluctuate with same rhythm as they do in the analog world. Through interacting with the artwork, people sense that their bodies are key to the transmission of data, as they become active components in the feedback loop, but also become part of the mechanism of transmission.