【載物書院】週三沙龍-編碼反思：走出台灣的程式設計美學 1/5 （三）9:00 pm @zoom
Critical Code: On Taiwaense Creative Code
（講座時間地點）Time & Date：
1/5 （三）9:00 pm 台灣時間 @zoom
9:00-10:30 pm 演講 | 10:30-11:00 pm 觀眾提問
過去二十年來 Processing 和 p5.js 等程式工具為藝術和設計界推開了新的一扇門。當程式編碼成了藝術家和設計師的創作工具時，除了透過應用演算法創造視覺酷炫的作品之外，創作者還能如何融合台灣的文化題材和傳統美學，透過本土化設計和世界接軌？
林心瑜教授在紐約帕森設計學院（Parsons School of Design）開發的「Critical Code（編碼反思）」教學內容透過人民、工具、和歷史間的三角關係來架構創作方針。講座中他將以殖民統治、父權主義、和集權政策下被邊緣化的台灣人民和歷史為主軸，分享科技的演變如何推動時代和社會的變遷，以及創作者在社會運動中能夠扮演的重要角色。
Xin Xin is an interdisciplinary artist and community organizer currently making socially-engaged software that explores the possibilities of reshaping language and power relations. Through mediating, subverting, and innovating modes of social interaction in the digital space, Xin invites participants to relate to one another and experience togetherness in new and unfamiliar ways.
As an artist, their work has been exhibited internationally at Ars Electronica, DIS, Gene Siskel Film Center, Tiger Strikes Asteroid and Machine Project. Most recently their project Togethernet was selected for the 2020 Rapid Response for a Better Digital Future Fellowship at Eyebeam. They are also an 2021 Art of Practice Fellow and Community Leader at the Sundance Institute. As an organizer, Xin co-founded voidLab, a LA-based intersectional feminist collective dedicated to women, trans, and queer folks. They were the Director for Processing Community Day 2019 and they serve on the advisory board for the Processing Foundation.
Born in Taipei, Taiwan and raised in Massachusetts, United States. Xin identifies as a cross-cultural, non-binary, anacho-feminist and will probably always have a genre-nonconforming practice. Xin received their M.F.A from UCLA Design Media Arts and teaches at Parsons School of Design as an Assistant Professor of Interaction and Media Design.