Glitch Art: Errors in the name of Art
Glitch art was originally about making mistakes, either by accident or by design, and then taking artistic advantage of those mistakes. In today's digital world, glitch art has expanded to include artwork created by design but made to look like it is the result of a mistake.
The presentation Glitch Art: Errors in the name of Art provides an overview of the history of glitch including, for example, the Beatle's early use of feedback. While the presentation does address the audio and video realms of glitch, the focus is on glitched imagery.
Digital design techniques like databending, datamoshing, pixel sorting, binary/hex editing, and other algorithmic processes are explained and a wide range of examples are provided.
The length of this presentation is between 30 minutes for the short version and 60 minutes for the long version. For scheduling and general inquiries please click the link below to send me an email.
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