Glyph poems in motion

How might we create stylized Chinese typefaces though machine learning ?

Haoyu Wang, Yuguang Zhang

https://youtu.be/CZHkrkOFLto

Description

Glyph poems in motion is a machine learning experiment create by Yuguang(YG) Zhang and Henry Haoyu Wang. In the process, we applied two generative adversarial network (GAN) into Chinese typefaces. With the first GAN, we created glyphs based on a list of font data. With the second GAN, we applied image into the text. With the moving glyph and new shape styles. We creates a new ways how views can read these text.

IMA/ITP New York
ITPG-GT.2051.001
Material of Language
Art,Machine Learning

aaalone

aaalone is a series of concrete poetry experiments about my interpretation of loneliness during self-quarantine.

Zeyao Li

https://vimeo.com/416426262

Description

aaalone is a series of concrete poetry experiments about reconstructing language to interpret loneliness in the context of both English and Chinese. The project is focused on using programming languages (python and javascript) to break down the visual language that we are using daily and create a new visual form in which the visual aspect is more meaningful than the verbal meaning itself. The collection of concrete poems takes viewers to look at my relationship with loneliness. It is also meant to help them reflect on their feelings during the self-quarantine.

IMA/ITP New York
ITPG-GT.2051.001
Material of Language
Art