2019. Context-free Language. Motion graphics animation, drawing.
Description and concept
"LiA (Language for Interface Analysis)" is an implementation of the representation of the Universe according to the Zen master Sengai Gibon, as a context-free language (Salomaa, 1973). The language makes use of three fundamental entities: subject, space, and environment. These entities are broken down into various corresponding sub-entities embodying some of the possible states and behaviors that they may adopt; as an example, the "subject" entity may spawn the following sub-entities: influencer, hacker and guru, among others. The relational elements used by the language are three roles that machines may assume: influence, conditioning and interrelation. After applying a set of production rules, some valid character organization strings (symbols) can be obtained, which are translated into predictions regarding the possible future of humanity.
Salomaa, A. a. (1973). Formal Languages. New York, San Francisco, and London: Academic Press. doi:https://doi.org/10.2307/2271881
Technique: Context-free Language. Motion graphics animation (1920x1080, duration: 00:02:56), collection of drawings, table, lamp, projector.
Dimension: Variable, minimum: 3m x 2m.
December 19, 2019. Tama Art University, Tokyo, Japan.
Direction y Concept: Yonlay Cabrera
Technical Advisor: Akihiro Kubota, Luis Diago
Production: Tama Art University Graduate School, Information Design Department.