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#Glitch Art, l'imperfection parfaite par Laura Encinas - on Uzbek & Rica // #mediaart #glitchart

#Glitch Art, l'imperfection parfaite par Laura Encinas - on Uzbek & Rica // #mediaart #glitchart | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

De l’écran fragmenté en pixels baveux au fichier son corrompu et inaudible, chacun a déjà fait l’expérience du glitch. Cette anomalie qui expose les rouages défectueux des programmes informatiques fascine et fédère les gamers autant qu’elle sert de matériau brut aux artistes. Décryptage d’une esthétique de l’erreur.

 

Juillet 1965. Au détour d’un reportage de Time sur les péripéties spatiales de John Glenn, le monde découvre le terme glitch : du jargon d’astronaute pour désigner un bruit irritant provoqué par un pic de courant électrique. Pourtant, loin des aventuriers de la Nasa, ce mot d’origine yiddish (« glissement ») était employé, dès les années 1940, dans les studios radio, pour caractériser une interférence électromagnétique altérant la qualité du son. Il faudra attendre l’essor de la télévision, et surtout d’Internet, pour que le mot glitch soit associé à une image ou un son « abîmé », que seul un accident numérique peut expliquer. DVD rayé, vidéo pixélisée, fichier endommagé ou corrompu, bug de logiciel, écran de smartphone défectueux, le glitch est aujourd’hui d’une parfaite banalité. ....

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Glitch art: Meet the artist who knitted Stuxnet into a scarf - by Rayna Stamboliyska /// #glitchart

Glitch art: Meet the artist who knitted Stuxnet into a scarf - by Rayna Stamboliyska /// #glitchart | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it
Ars investigates the nascent domain of turning source code and errors into art.

 

Glitch art resonates with the increasingly complex love-hate relationship humans have with technology. Errors, and by extension the changes, that can occur within software source code and data can provide a fertile foundation for the imagination.

 

In an attempt to explain this nascent artform, Martino Prendini wrote: “The error becomes image and movement, system errors are exploited, and it has a certain punk nature. At the same time, this kind of art exploits the glitch and uses it, so its nature is also entropic, dadaist... Glitch art is therefore the contradictory relationship between man and machine losing his functionality."

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Adam Ferriss - Testing the fb #porn bot | Facebook

Adam Ferriss - Testing the fb #porn bot | Facebook | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

Adam Ferriss is a photographer and digital media artist based in Los Angeles, CA. In addition to his artistic practice, Adam runs the photography labs at Otis College of Art and Design. His most recent projects involve creating tri-chromatic color separation photographs and algorithmically restructuring pixel array data.

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SYSTAIME, remixe Les Eurockéennes de Belfort | les 3,4,5 juillet 2015 // #netart #mediaart

SYSTAIME, remixe Les Eurockéennes de Belfort | les 3,4,5 juillet 2015 // #netart #mediaart | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

Acteur important du réseau artistique alternatif international, de l’art numérique et de l’art en réseau, il est, fondateur du mouvement radical, ludique et décalé French Trash Touch. Ce mouvement mêle une culture numérique, trash, non-lisse et accepte l’accident créatif.


Durant le festival, SYSTAIME sera l’œil alternatif, en diffusant des vidéos hybrides, en direct, et en ligne. Les festivaliers et les internautes découvriront un speed mash-up en temps réel, soit, un mix de vidéos ou vidéo-jockey. Une sélection épileptique, un zapping intense via les écrans géants, en instantané. Sur eurockeennes.fr, un espace sera dédié aux œuvres de SYSTAIME.


En partenariat avec l’Espace Multimedia Gantner / Bourogne.

SYSTAIME.COM

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Artists Transform 404 Error Pages Into Gorgeous Works Of #GlitchArt - by Jeanette Hayes

Artists Transform 404 Error Pages Into Gorgeous Works Of #GlitchArt - by Jeanette Hayes | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

It's not that I think the Internet has become predictable, I just think it has become a way of life," New York-based artist Jeanette Hayes explained to The Huffington Post.

Hayes is one of the artists participating in "This Is Not an Error", an online-only glitch art project that's transforming Internet error pages into spontaneous works of art. "So because we've all become so comfortable and close with this other world, the www, it just raises the bar of how to use it as an artistic tool," she said. "I believe the potential is exponential." ...

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The #GitchAsArt from Giacomo Carmagnola - #GlitchArt

The #GitchAsArt from Giacomo Carmagnola - #GlitchArt | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it
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#Glitch Studies Manifesto - Rosa Menkman

Dutch art theorist, curator and visual artist specialising in glitch art and resolution theory.


Menkman graduated from the University of Amsterdam with a Master of Arts (New Media, 2006) and a Research Master of Arts (Media Studies, 2009).


During her studies, she became acquainted with the work of Jodi, a Belgian-Dutch artist duo whose art projects exploit the weaknesses of digital technology. Menkman wrote a Master's thesis about Jodi's work UNTITLED GAME, an artistic mod of the computer game Quake.[1]Menkman is currently a Ph.D candiate at the Centre for Cultural Studies, Goldsmiths College, London under the supervision of Matthew Fuller and Geert Lovink. ...

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reFrag:glitch - reFrag: symposium exploring new connections between art, culture and technology 19>24.03.15

reFrag:glitch - reFrag: symposium exploring new connections between art, culture and technology 19>24.03.15 | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

reFrag: glitch gathers together artists working in the international networks of Glitch Art for 4 days of intensive workshops, talks and performances with exhibitions in Paris and online. reFrag: glitch address the multifold ways in which glitches manifest and/or are mobilized artistically in our lives. Glitches occur in our identity (de/re)constuctions; instabilities and errors in digitized financial markets (i.e. flash crashes); hacking, cracking and tactical glitches; Dirty New Media Art approaches and the non-neutrality of technological systems.

Parsons Paris and The School of the Art Institute of Chicago’s Film, Video, New Media & Animation Department collaborate on reFrag:glitch, an international Glitch Art event running from the 19th to the 24th of March 2015.

reFrag: glitch breaks, cracks, ruptures as dirty disorganizational strategies for gathering/rallying glitch communities. Join us online and/or in Paris via the open track[s] for proposing and participating: These open track[s] to schedule opens room for surprises, improvisation and self-organized forms of participation. Please use these open track[s] to schedule in 5 minute increments i.e. a 20 minute skill share or a 15 minute talk, etc: GENERAL/OVERALL + IDENTITY partition + DISNOVATION partition + HISTORIES partition


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#Glitch Expectations: A Conversation with jonCates | By Randall Packer on Furtherfield

#Glitch Expectations: A Conversation with jonCates | By Randall Packer on Furtherfield | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

Describing the world of new media/glitch artist jonCates is a labyrinthine task. You might begin with his spontaneous and inventive word-language actions reminiscent of William Burroughs cut-ups; or the hypnotic .gif animations made from seemingly incongruous, discarded fragments of media; or perhaps his “dirty new media” aesthetic that brings to the surface the aberrations and raw imperfections that are typically verboten in “high-end” digital circles.

jonCates has ironically and quite cleverly co-mingled punk and pirate media with thoughtful theoretical discourses. Based in Chicago, he is Chair of Film, Video, New Media and Animation at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago by day, prowling the sub-culture of the alternative spaces by night. Cates is at the center of a glitch scene in Chicago, now referred to as the “birthplace of dirty new media,” a movement he has in large part catalyzed: spawning the international GLI.TC/H Festivals and other assorted hactivist events and DIY workshops. ...

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Glitchaus Textiles from Jeff Donaldson, by Dawn Haleta — on Artists & Algorists

Glitchaus Textiles from Jeff Donaldson, by Dawn Haleta — on Artists & Algorists | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

Collaborating with Machines through Glitch Textiles.


“This natural way that someone who’s grown up with 8 bit video games sees the world. This is the grain and restoration of it”.  – James Bridle

In a 2011 closing Keynote at Web Directions South, James Bridle described the world of someone who has grown up with 8 bit video games as one that integrates the developing language of digital technology with the physically tactile materials that surround us. Bridle sites examples of the integration of pixelated prints, architecture and sculptures as collaborations between human and machine, or human and computer, and titles them the ‘New Aesthetic’. Although the term ‘New Aesthetic’ references the look and design of an image, his main focus is on the varied levels of communication we are activating between machines and technology. Jeff Donaldson is an artist who has developed a form of communication with 8 bit technology, computer glitches and code through an experimental collaboration with circuitry, technology and textile design. He executes generative processes utilizing a combination of his own constructed systems with machine glitches under the studio name Glitchaus. ...

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DMNC RMX by Domenico Barra... Catching, appealing, mentally healing! REMIX! #mediaart #netart #gif #glitch

DMNC RMX by Domenico Barra... Catching, appealing, mentally healing! REMIX! #mediaart #netart #gif #glitch | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

Catching, appealing, mentally healing! REMIX! NSFW and not safe for you if you suffer from epilepsy so if you do suffer from epilepsy please lay your sight upon something a b̷i͞ţ móre̡ ̶ s̡͑̿̋҉͡҉͇̼̬̠͚̟̭̯̘̫͕̪̱͙̯̹͍̗͙t̶̝͎̰̯̩͉͇͆̂͐ͥ̆͗͟ă̯̝͚̖̫̙̙͍͖̣̦̭͔̩̝͛̋̌ͤͨ͑ͨ͛̀͂ͪ͛͠͝t̫͇̫̮̹͑͋͊͢͢͡i͌͂͒ͬ̉̑̃̄ͪ̆̕͢҉̥͚͚̳̰̮͇̟̗̞̖͉͔̦ĉ̴̗̜̻̜͖̗̠͈̻͕̝̗̳̞͕̯̇́̄̓̓̅̀̅̋ͅ for your own safety. If you don't suffer from epilepsy enjoy what you see but remember that a lot of works published on this page are NSFW.  Also you wanna see this | | \ d1Ɍ+y̶ ̶N̶3WWW_M3DI∆ http://dirtynewmedia.tumblr.com/ | | \ && this BiuTiFooL BeaSTaRD http://biutifoolbeastard.tumblr.com | | \ && join this REmiX C|-|A1N | | \ http://d-p-d-p.tumblr.com/ _ - - - - > Follow me on #twitter @domibarra _ - - - - > PoK3 me on <|°_°|>book https://www.facebook.com/ddbarra - be merry, helpful, sincere and dirtylicious!!!------------>T3A$3 y0uR /\/\!ND 0n T|-|3 G!fDR0/\/\3 ----------> http://thegifdrome.tumblr.com/ ----------------------> \/!R070GY---------------> http://v1r0l0gy.tumblr.com/ --------> I hate corporation logo invasion so on this tumblr ERROR/404_LOGO_NOT/FOUND


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SUDLAB | NEW MEDIA ART present : tactical glitches - 24_01_014 - curated by Rosa Menkman & Nick Briz

SUDLAB | NEW MEDIA ART present : tactical glitches - 24_01_014 - curated by Rosa Menkman & Nick Briz | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

SUDLAB as part of the program SUDLAB | NEW MEDIA ART presents the group exhibition 'Tactical Glitches' curated by Rosa Menkman (NL) and Nick Briz (USA)


"Technologies come with expectations, but these expectations 
aren’t always met. 
An mp3 might skip and crackle. A computer monitor 
might—for a moment—show shards instead of windows. 
A website might 
hick­up on load and scramble its contents. When this happens, we call this unexpected occurrence a glitch. 
While these moments are rarely anticipated and usually unwelcome, they are at times intentionally 
provoked. The result of this intentional and creative instigation is what we often call GLITCH ART." (Rosa Menkman, Nick Briz)

Artists 

- glitchr (LT)
- Theo Darst (USA)
- Pox Party (USA)
- Glti.ch Karaoke (UK - ROK)
- UCNV (JP)
- Ana Hui Zhang (CN)
- Sherpa (GT)
- Benjamin Gaulon (FR)
- Tatjana Marusic (CH / DE / HR)
- Nancy Mauro-Flude (AUS)

-----> Vernissage : 24_01_014 ore 19
-----> Finissage : 24_02_014 ore 18

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interweb netlog by jon.satrom - data-bending, kludgey work-flows, colorful glitch-ware...

interweb netlog by jon.satrom - data-bending,  kludgey work-flows, colorful glitch-ware... | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

jon.satrom : performs realtime audio/video, spends time data-bending, makes kludgey work-flows, and creates colorful glitch-ware. enjoys working within collaborative projects and open systems.

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Chris Novello // sound, HCI, videogames, viral media, and critical design... // #mediaart #soundart

Chris Novello // sound, HCI, videogames, viral media, and critical design... // #mediaart #soundart | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

Chris Novello is a programmer and designer. He has backgrounds in sound, HCI, videogames, viral media, and critical design. He teaches in the Graduate Program in RISD Graphic Design and holds an MFA from Brown University.

 

http://chrisnovello.com

 

"Codebending is the exploration of software with "patch points." Patch points expose the inner workings of computer programs, and allow for atypical connections between things like games, music making software, office suites, etc. illucia is a USB device with physical jacks that correspond to software patch points, which can be connected and disconnected using patch cables. Thus, illucia is a console for routing information between computer programs, and opens strange relationships across systems that don't usually interact - it turns systems themselves into play objects.

 

I've written several codebendable games/programs that open their inner workings via patch points. Fascinating and unexpected things happen when connecting otherwise-unrelated programs:

Video games can play other video games. Music synthesizers can control word processors. Feedback loops turn everyday software tropes into generative art. Simple AI is patchable. Anything controls (and can be controlled by) anything; in codebending, every system becomes an instrument with a unique voice, ready to control, and be controlled.  illucia is a physical instrument to explore these kinds of connections - it is a way to treat systems as playgrounds." (Chris Novello)

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Glitchy glitch by François Zajéga // Made with processing.org #mediaart #processing

Realtime editing of a glitchy video by James Bradbury using a Markov chain and a big bucket of random. State connections are partially randomly generated, cues algorithmically generated. Result is a mess. Tech demo.

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A Vernacular of File Formats - text by Roͬͬ͠͠͡͠͠͠͠͠͠͠͠sͬͬ͠͠͠͠͠͠͠͠͠aͬͬ͠͠͠͠͠͠͠ Menkman (2010) - #glitch #netart #mediaart

A Vernacular of File Formats - text by Roͬͬ͠͠͡͠͠͠͠͠͠͠͠sͬͬ͠͠͠͠͠͠͠͠͠aͬͬ͠͠͠͠͠͠͠ Menkman (2010) - #glitch #netart #mediaart | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

 Glitches are hot; proof can be found on MTV, Flickr, in theclub and in the bookstore. While the coffee table book Glitch: Designing Imperfection (2009) has introduced the glitchdesign aesthetic to the world of latte drinking designers, andKanye West used glitches to sing about his imperfect lovelife, the awkward, shy and physically ugly celebrate under theheader "Glitched: Nerdcore for life".

Glitch has transformed from cool to hot. Its no more then abrightly colored bubblegum wrapper that doesn't ask for anyinvolvement, or offers any stimulus. Inside I find gum that Ikeep chewing, hoping for some new explosion of good taste.But the more I chew, the less tasty / rubbery it gets. Glitchdesign fulfills an average, imperfect stereotype, a filter orcommodity that echoes a "medium is the message" standard. ...

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/‘fu:bar/ #glitchart expo @ Siva Galerija, AKC // 21 > 23.05.2014

/‘fu:bar/ #glitchart expo @ Siva Galerija, AKC // 21 > 23.05.2014 | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

/‘fu:bar/ is an exhibition in a small gallery in Zagreb, Croatia, that aims to gather contemporary glitch artists from all around the globe, and to support all fields of contemporary aesthetics of corrupted data and experimental approaches. By materializing the artworks we aim to affirm glitch aesthetics and help incorporate it into the contemporary art fabric of the Balkans.


The Grey Gallery itself is located at Autonomous Cultural Centre ‘Medika’, an ex-squat, and is focused on presenting both local and international urban subculture-oriented art. Back in 2009 an abandoned pharmaceutical packing factory in Pierottijeva street, a former squat, was legalized by the local government and leased to AKC Attack who’ve been sharing the space with other NGOs and initiatives ever since. This space is inhabited by independent artists and collectives and is offered without any unified context in order to continually develop diversity among programs and projects in the city.


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NetArtizens Project 2015 - online exhibition hosted by 0P3NR3P0.NET // #mediaart #netart

NetArtizens Project 2015 - online exhibition hosted by 0P3NR3P0.NET // #mediaart #netart | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

The GLI.TC/H 0P3NR3P0 is an open/public repository of glitch art worx. It's a modular art&&archive project serving multiple goals


About the NetArtizens Project


In the age of social media, our conversations, gossip, discourses, research, decision making, organisational and artistic work are “intertwingled" (to use Ted Nelson’s playful term) with exponentially exploding repositories of media and information. Nowadays, our everyday communications are embedded with the metadata of search querys, hyperlinks, hashtags and usernames. To the extent that we practice these new techniques of "social taxonomy,” how can we use them to examine and dissect our individual and collective net behaviour(s)?

Clearly there is a new language emerging in the global information culture: a written language borrowed from the machine, that is, compressed utterances embedded with taxonomies, links, and metadata. This language is literally exploding with meaning and it has permeated our social relations and artistic production. What is crucial to understand about an emerging language infiltrated by social taxonomies is how we use these mechanisms to aggregate our ideas, concepts, desires, exchanges, collective narratives, and shared histories. ...

http://www.furtherfield.org/netartizens

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Sabotage! #Glitch Politix Man[ual/ifesto] by Nick Briz - into One Per Year from Curt Cloninger

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The long, twisted history of #glitchart - By Miles Klee - #netart

The long, twisted history of #glitchart - By Miles Klee - #netart | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

Glitches are headaches—technology coming apart at the seams.

The term, which may derive from Yiddish words conveying slippage, was fittingly popularized by NASA engineers and astronauts. Into Orbit, a 1962 account of Project Mercury, provides one of its earliest usages, courtesy of John Glenn, the first American to circumnavigate the globe outside its atmosphere.

“Another term we adopted to describe some of our problems was ‘glitch,’” he explained. “Literally, a glitch is a spike or change in voltage in an electrical current,” an occurrence with extreme, unpredictable, and potentially fatal results. ...

Glitches are headaches—technology coming apart at the seams.

The term, which may derive from Yiddish words conveying slippage, was fittingly popularized by NASA engineers and astronauts. Into Orbit, a 1962 account of Project Mercury, provides one of its earliest usages, courtesy of John Glenn, the first American to circumnavigate the globe outside its atmosphere.

“Another term we adopted to describe some of our problems was ‘glitch,’” he explained. “Literally, a glitch is a spike or change in voltage in an electrical current,” an occurrence with extreme, unpredictable, and potentially fatal results.

- See more at: http://kernelmag.dailydot.com/issue-sections/features-issue-sections/12265/glitch-art-history/#sthash.6DpPo4se.dpuf

Glitches are headaches—technology coming apart at the seams.

The term, which may derive from Yiddish words conveying slippage, was fittingly popularized by NASA engineers and astronauts. Into Orbit, a 1962 account of Project Mercury, provides one of its earliest usages, courtesy of John Glenn, the first American to circumnavigate the globe outside its atmosphere.

“Another term we adopted to describe some of our problems was ‘glitch,’” he explained. “Literally, a glitch is a spike or change in voltage in an electrical current,” an occurrence with extreme, unpredictable, and potentially fatal results.

- See more at: http://kernelmag.dailydot.com/issue-sections/features-issue-sections/12265/glitch-art-history/#sthash.6DpPo4se.dpuf
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Dirty New Media Art / Erica Peplin (2011) - #mediaart #glitchart #netart

Dirty New Media Art / Erica Peplin (2011) - #mediaart #glitchart #netart | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

Technology is a field typically associated with smooth screens, organized interfaces, and on a larger scale, with the pride and “progress” of western civilization. Dirty New Media, a branch of New Media Art, seeks to subvert these unquestioned assumptions by problematizing, rather than idealizing, common technologies. The “dirty” stems from the movement’s deliberate incorporation of brokenness as artists, hackers, and activists alike intentional hack, reconstruct, and complicate aspects of computer culture. By embracing the cyber flaws, short circuits, and disjointed components, Dirty New Media refers to a menagerie of alternative practices and subcultures spanning from punk and digital sampling to piracy and pornography. ...

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This is what happens to viral art after it gets filtered through the web

This is what happens to viral art after it gets filtered through the web | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

When an image or video goes viral on the internet, the original file oftentimes gets, well, abused as it gets passed along and reshared, resulting in the circulation of dozens of copies that suffer in quality. The result of this process — downloading files, uploading them, and repeating — is commonly referred to as compression artifcating. You may have have seen an example of this a few years ago when YouTuber canzona uploaded a video of himself, downloaded it, and reuploaded it 1,000 times (the final product is quite terrifying). This technique dates back to at least 1969, with an art project called "I Am Sitting in a Room" where a composer recorded himself in a room, played back the recording, and then recorded that, over and over. ...

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The Ephemerality of the Machine by Randall Packer #glitch

The Ephemerality of the Machine by Randall Packer #glitch | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

Rosa Menkman, in her inspired treatise on glitch art, The Glitch Moment(um), speaks of the RUPTURE – the departure from conditions of the expected, the normality of the mediated experience – into the BEYOND, where systems fail, aberration prevails, and our preconception of systems and their flow of information is disrupted or even halted...

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There's Not Much 'Glitch' In Glitch Art

There's Not Much 'Glitch' In Glitch Art | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

Artist Daniel Temkin has been creating and discussing glitch art for over seven years. In that time, he's exhibited in solo and group shows, and had his work featured in Rhizome and Fast Company, amongst other publications. For Temkin, glitch art is about the disruption of algorithms, though algorithmic art is a bit of a misnomer. He prefers "algo-glitch demented" in describing the methods, aesthetics, and philosophy of glitch. 


In January, Temkin published a fascinating glitch art essay on NOOART titled "Glitch && Human/Computer Interaction." There he laid down the philosophy and "mythology" of glitch, which had really started in a series of email conversations with Hugh Manon. Though there is no shortage of writings on glitch art, many aspects of the these texts didn't address what Temkin loved most about how it is created. ...

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#call - MON3Y as an 3RRR0R | unilimited submissions

#call - MON3Y as an 3RRR0R | unilimited submissions | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it
UNLIMITED SUBMISSIONS: GIFZ, JPG, PNG, VIDEO, T3XT & HTML | THIS IS NOT A CALL FOR Glitch artworks ONLY

 

A Gl_tch is a FAULT in a SYST3M.
It is often used to describe a transient fault
that corrects itself, and is therefore difficult
to troubleshoot. NOT ALWAYS IT HAPP3NS

The term is particularly common in the computing
and electronics industries, and in circuit bending,
as well as among players of video games.

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