In 2008, Huang took up the position of Chairman of Digital Art Foundation, and a year later he began to serve as the Director of the Digital Art Center, Taipei and initiated “ET@T Lab Theater” to produce and nurture digital art performance. During his eight-year tenure at the Digital Art Center, Taipei, he had incubated three technology-oriented cultural and creative collectives.
In 2012, Huang teamed up with emerging artist Chung-Kun Wang and Wei-Yuan Lin, the then technical director of the Digital Art Center, Taipei, and together they established a new media art collective “noiseKitchen” which has focused on interactive technology. Currently, Huang is running the affiliated space of Digital Art Foundation–DAC.tw, which is dedicated to exploring and experimenting with creative thinking in the technological society.
|Company||Digital Art Foundation (Taipei)|