Yu-Hsiung Huang



Affiliation(s):


Taipei National University of the Arts

Department:


New Media Art Department

Job Title:


Lecturer

Location:


TW

Bio:

Yu-Hsiung Huang is a lecturer in the New Media Art Department at the Taipei National University of the Arts (TNUA). Specializing in interactive installations and visual design, his works include interdisciplinary arts and humanities artworks.

Role(s):


Artist and Speaker/Presenter


Art Works:



Writings and Presentations:


Title: Forces in Equilibrium
Writing Type: Sketch / Art Talk
Author(s):
Exhibition: SIGGRAPH Asia 2016: Mediated Aesthetics
Abstract Summary:

Forces in Equilibrium explores how equilibrium is formed out of chaos. The installation is comprised of two components. In the first component, a sensor is mounted under the top of a pedestal. When magnets are moved on the pedestal, images and sound on a nearby display become wild and unstable, as if the magnet has unusual powers. The second component is a seesaw controlled by a servomotor. When laser light lands on the seesaw, it tilts accordingly, as if the light has weight. The art works show both magnetic force and laser light as not merely ethereal but as entities capable of affecting images, sounds and movements.