A collection of computer generated poetry that analyzes the relationship between two people with an attempt to find the underlying meanings of thoughts and feelings they exchanged over conversations, text messages, e-mails, and letters.
This project consists of 3 poetic pieces that analyze the relationship between two people with an attempt to find the underlying meanings of thoughts and feelings they exchanged over conversations, text messages, e-mails, and letters.
'Excerpts From That One Time We Did Not Get Into A Fight'
Excerpts generated from a transcript of a conversation between two lovers. If we rewrite phrases with selections of only negative vocabulary, can the results sound like something a couple would quarrel over? Can they be topics to discuss relationship improvement? Or can it simply make us see how nonsense things we argue about are?
'How Our World Works In A Weird Way'
Inspired by 'So Sad Today: Personal Essays' by Melissa Broder, this is a set of poems that shows how minds work in certain situations, and how something can be contradicting yet reasonable in a strange way. Source text is from complaints and compliments a couple give each other over text messages.
'From The Past You To The Future Me'
This piece is a composite of postcard, e-mails, and letters between two people in a long distance relationship. Each sentence, generated with the Markov-chain method, was selected and put together randomly to form a new love letter that has distinctive meanings from the original text.
Reading and Writing Electronic Text