Glitch art is the practice of using digital or analog errors for aesthetic purposes by either corrupting digital data or physically manipulating electronic devices. Glitches appear in visual art such as the film A Colour Box (1935) by Len Lye, the video sculpture TV Magnet (1965) by Nam June Paik and more contemporary work such as Panasonic TH-42PWD8UK Plasma Screen Burn (2007) by Cory Arcangel.

Make it Glitch, Baby! Here’s Why Womxn Have a Competitive Edge in New Media

From glitch to gold: making ‘errors’ is no longer a fault, it’s a force. Discover why womxn have the [...]

2021-04-19T00:21:31+01:009 February 2021|Agora Talks, Art and Technology, Digital Art, Feminism, Glitch Art, New Media Art|Comments Off on Make it Glitch, Baby! Here’s Why Womxn Have a Competitive Edge in New Media

Our Consumption of Sound Art is, in Itself, a Creative Process

As our mind processes a sound to make it relevant to us, this sound may be interpreted as music [...]

2021-04-19T00:09:21+01:008 January 2021|Agora Talks, Digital Music, Glitch Art|Comments Off on Our Consumption of Sound Art is, in Itself, a Creative Process
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