Atomic Language Machines (in "Algorithmic Art: Shuffling Space & Time", Hong Kong City Hall, Hong Kong)

Research output: Creative and Literary Works in Non-textual Form (RGC: 42, 43, 44, 46, 47)44_Performance and participation in exhibits

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Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 4 Jan 2019

Exhibition

TitleAlgorithmic Art
LocationHong Kong City Hall (Exhibition Hall)
PlaceHong Kong
CityCentral
Period27 December 2018 - 10 January 2019

Abstract

'Atomic Language Machines' is featured in the exhibition, "Algorithmic Art: Shuffling Space & Time" as part of "ART MACHINES: INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON COMPUTATIONAL MEDIA ART (ISCMA)". The installation was shown at the Hong Kong City Hall Gallery from January 4-7, 2019. Atomic Language Machines is a networked installation (built with analog TV monitors & Raspberry PI microcomputers) that uses algorithms to find the bridges between English and Chinese words. It introduced a novel computation version of Minimum Edit Distance for Chinese characters based on the analysis of strokes, radicals, and semantic/phonemic components.

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Atomic Language Machines (in "Algorithmic Art: Shuffling Space & Time", Hong Kong City Hall, Hong Kong). HOWE, Daniel C. (Artist). 2019. Event details: Algorithmic Art, Hong Kong City Hall (Exhibition Hall), Central, Hong Kong.

Research output: Creative and Literary Works in Non-textual Form (RGC: 42, 43, 44, 46, 47)44_Performance and participation in exhibits