Scottie Chih-Chieh Huang


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  • SIGGRAPH 2017

    Scottie Chih-Chieh Huang is a Taiwan-based media artist and designer. He is an assistant professor of arts & creative industries at National Dong Hwa University (NDHU), where he directs the Biologically Inspired Objects (BIO) Lab, in the college of the arts.

    He has a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Architecture from NTUST. He received an MS degree in Architecture at the Institute of Architecture at the National Chaio-Tung University (NCTU) and a BS degree in architecture from the National Taipei University of Technology (NTUT).

    His work has been exhibited nationally and internationally including ZKM | Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe, Germany; SaloneSatellite, Milano, Italy; ISEA Art Exhibition, Maraya Art Park, Sharjah; iF Design Exhibition, Hamburg; Red Dot Design Exhibition, Berlin; Avignon Off Festival, France; Holland Animation Film Festival, Netherlands; ACM SIGGRAPH/Leonardo Art Gallery, New Orleans; SIGGRAPH Asia Art Gallery, Singapore; SIGGRAPH DAC online Exhibition; K11 Art Space, Hong Kong; National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts; Taipei Fin Arts Museum; Museum of Contemporary Art, Taipei; Kuanda Museum of Fine Arts; as well as the Prague Quadrennial, Czech Republic. Scottie is extensively profiled in global media, appearing in such publications as the ELLE, DECOR Italia, Domus, Living Corriere della Sera, and Sandu Cultural Media.

    His research and works have been featured in many international academic publications, such as ACM, IEEE, Springer, MIT Press, and IGI Global.

    During his career as an artist and educator, Scottie has taught at TNUA on new media art, SCU on fashion design, NTUST on architecture, and teaching NTUT on interaction design.

    Scottie Huang was a PhD student in the Department of Architecture at the National Taiwan University of Science and Technology. He worked with Shen-Guan Shih and Sheng-Fen Chien as part of his thesis work. He is interested in design artifacts that can enhance architecture and everyday living. His works explore tangible human-computer interfaces, assistive conceptual design tools, smart house design, movable structures, and stage design.

    MSOrgm was shown in 2008 at MOCA Taipei as part of Trans – 3rd Digital Art Festival of Taipei.


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