9. August 2012 16:04
OffBook looks at The Art of Glitch, with me, Phil Stearns, Scott Fitzgerald, Anton Marini, and the art by many many others:
5. April 2012 16:17
First, the awesome write-up by Emilio on Triangulation.
ilikethisart.net with some Glitchometry images (via Triangulation)
and The22Magazine with some of my early glitch work from Sector
20. February 2011 19:32
Jorge put together a book that remixes some of my databent work, combined with casual snapshots from Facebook. He cut up prints of my images and affixed them to transparent sheets. The cut-away sections create interesting negative spaces and the transparencies allow for a layering effect, where the pages each add to collective images.
His take on my work seems to focus on their base in code and the connection between this and other code systems. He's combined the images with other symbologies, including Buddhism, and a list of more universal symbols on the cover. It adds an additional layer to my images, which have had a lifespan as photos and then as databent images -- now as part of collage-based images. The cut-away sections add an even glitchier effect to some of the glitch images. Although the book uses my images, in a sense it feels like Jorge's -- it's interesting how the images as raw material can take on a really different feel in the hands of another artist.
Here are some images from the book:
26. September 2010 19:17
Hey, Chicago people! I'll be in town this Thursday on for gli.tc/h.There's tons of great work at this festival, they got a lot of the best Glitch artists to come out. Should be amazing!
You can see five peices from my Sector series at Roxaboxen. And I'll be speaking Sunday morning (Oct 3rd) at School of the Art Institute of Chicago about Sector, Yeep!, and Entropy.
19. August 2010 19:28
Hey, Boston people -- this Saturday is the Basement Media Festival in Somerville, featuring work that "focuses on the act of mediation". It will include work from my Sector series. Come on by (but be sure to RSVP, the space is small).