|Oneliner||Aesthetics and Computation Scholarly Journal|
|Summary||SCALE is a monthly "local" publication about aesthetics and computation. It is distributed in print and PDF. It is currently classified as completed, but might be revived in the future. The journal featured articles by Lev Manovich and Joseph Goguen and others.|
|End Date||September 1, 2008|
|Location||San Diego, California, USA|
|Affiliations||University of California Digital Arts Research Network, Center for Research in Computing and the Arts, University of California San Diego|
|Collaborators||Patrick Deegan, Community|
|Tags||journal, academic, scholarly, professional, isbn, ucsd, community, newmedia, aesthetics, art, culture|
Tomorrow I’m presenting about, Making Creative Commons Common in Asia: Effectively scaling Creative Commons community and business development strategies internationally in 2008 at ACIA: Asia and Commons in the Information Age at Academia Sinica in Taipei. Come on out if you are in the area! The entire conference will be brilliant. Tyng-Ruey never dissappoints.
Lu posted on here blog here about Taipei Tomorrow! 台北，明天出发！:
We are heading to Taipei tomorrow. In this five days trip, we will attend ACIA (Internationl Workshop on Asia and Commons in the Information Age) 資訊時代之亞洲與公眾創用國際研討會. On Friday night January 18, Jon Phillips, Christopher Adams, Wang Chunyan and I will be hosting Media Exchange 2 at VT Art Salon. Media Exchange 1 took place last winter, with a big group of artists and students lead by our artist friend Huang Xiaopeng in the new mega university town of Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts campus. The initiative of the event was to present and discuss projects. Now it’s already one year! So to me it will be an “annual report” on my work.
Here is more information on Media Exchange 2. Sorry it’s a last minute call. But if you are in Taipei. Show up with your friends or your work!
Media Exchange 2: Open Call
Open Call to Exchange Media: come and present your project this Friday at VT Art Salon in Taipei. Media Exchange 2 is a night of presentations about art projects, models of art practice and art communities. The set presenters of the night are Christopher Adams, writer and critic based in Taipei; Jon Phillips (www.rejon.org), Open Source Developer and artist from San Francisco; Deer Fang (www.deerfang.org), media and video artist from Guangzhou and San Francisco; and, Wang Chunyan, project Lead for Creative Commons China, and a Professor at Renmin University of China Law School.
If not presenting, come to have a drink and discuss the topics throughout the night. And, if you want to present, contact us as soon as possible. Otherwise, show-up the night of and we’ll have a projector and sound system to plug you in. （Email: email@example.com, Tel: 09-53-036-630)
Christopher Adams – CRUFT: The generative and procedural artwork of Robert Spahr (digital images)
Jon Phillips – Collaborative art models with Overlap.org and Fabricatorz
Deer Fang – Straight Outta HK and Panda Express. (video screenings)
Wang Chunyan – CC Photo Contest in China
“媒體互換 2”公開召集：我們邀請您這個星期五來 “非常廊” 展示您的作品和項目。“媒體互換 2” 是一次展示藝術作品，藝術工作和藝術團體模式的活動。預定展示者包括Christopher Adams， 駐台北的作家和評論家；方力中Jon Phillips (www.rejon.org)， 來自舊金山的開放源發展者和藝術工作者；方鹿 (www.deerfang.org)， 廣州和舊金山的媒體和影像藝術工作者；和王春燕，中國人民大學法學院教授和創意共同體中國大陸項目主任。
Christopher Adams － CRUFT: Robert Spahr 的生成和程序式的藝術作品(數碼圖片）
方鹿－ “直出香港”和”熊貓快遞” (錄像播映）
王春燕 － 中國CC攝影比賽