[NetBehaviour] Glitch aart objects for show

a bill miller gridworks1 at gmail.com
Thu Jan 17 18:59:14 CET 2013


I think I remember Alan posted some stuff he made while at Eyebeam that
were 3D printed glitchy characters....
Seems to me there may be a lot of that around lately, but I don't have any
good examples.
Phillip Stearns has some textiles (rugs etc) generated from glitches and
his Year of Glitch work http://yearoftheglitch.tumblr.com/GlitchTextiles
and along those lines, noteNdo has a line of shirts and clothing with
glitch design http://glitchaus.tumblr.com/

not sure if those work... but my first thoughts
bill

On Thu, Jan 17, 2013 at 9:37 AM, marc garrett <marc.garrett at furtherfield.org
> wrote:

> Hi Aharon,
>
> The London Hack space are great. Know some people doing good stuff there…
>
> We are going to have a big call out, where people can upload their
> glitches online - which will be seen from a gallery we are collaborating
> with Photographer's from their windows in the evening & also on the net,
> plus in our space.
>
> So, once we've got our head around everything which will take about a
> week pending other things which also need attention - we'll get the open
> call going…
>
> Thanks again Aharon
>
> marc
>
>
>  >>
>  >
>  > Hi Marc and all!
>  >
>  > Just throwing a practice I had in mind for some period now, with no time
>  > to pursue, and it sounds like this might be a context for someone better
>  > to do.
>  >
>  > Responding to glitch objects idea. Some time ago I visited a friend in
>  > london hack space where he showed me around. one of the more fascinating
>  > areas, for me, was around the 3d printer where people threw away
> "failed"
>  > 3d printing attempts. It was fascinating, in my mind - and perhaps it
>  > isn't entirely clear - precisely because these objects were/are glitches
>  > that reveal/uncover.. Stuff like how the person imagined the tech to be,
>  > and how it actually is. How the process interacts with materials, with
>  > machine, with code, with intent.. etc..
>  >
>  > Might be a way to do stuff for the show.. A few ways perhaps.. Or none..
>  >
>  > Anyhow, just a quick thought and thanks for the reminder.
>  >
>  > Cheers and all the best!
>  >
>  > Aharon
>  > xx
>  >
>  >> We will be having a Glitch Art show at Furtherfield this spring.
>  >>
>  >> And even though we already have a mix of excellent artworks to show -
> we
>  >> are also interested in showing glitch 'physical' objects?
>  >>
>  >> If anyone has seen some interesting glitch objects, can you send me a
>  >> link to their work.
>  >>
>  >> This is no promise their work will be in the show because we cannot fit
>  >> everything in, but it would be a great help.
>  >>
>  >> We will also be doing an open call, which will be to show a mix the
>  >> glitch artworks on-line.
>  >>
>  >> This is early days, so info will be out as soon as other factors begin
>  >> fitting into place.
>  >>
>  >> Wishing all well.
>  >>
>  >> marc
>  >>
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