[NetBehaviour] Infringement of Copyright

sam graham samgraham326 at gmail.com
Sun Jul 21 16:23:00 CEST 2013


<h3>Glitch Moment/ums</h3>

Curated by Rosa Menkman & Furtherfield.
http://www.furtherfield.org/programmes/exhibition/glitch-momentums

Featuring: Alma Alloro, Melissa Baron, Nick Briz, Benjamin Gaulon, José
Irion Neto, Antonio Roberts and Ant Scott

"The glitch makes the computer itself suddenly appear unconventionally
deep, in contrast to the more banal, predictable surface-level
behaviours of ?normal? machines and systems. In this way, glitches
announce a crazy and dangerous kind of moment(um) instantiated and
dictated by the machine itself." Rosa Menkman, 2011.

Glitches are commonly understood as malfunctions, bugs or sudden
disruptions to the normal running of machine hardware and computer
networks. Artists have been tweaking these technologies to deliberately
produce glitches that generate new meanings and forms. The high-speed
networks of creation and distribution across the Internet have provided
the perfect compost to feed this international craze. This exhibition
shows various approaches by artists hacking familiar hardware and their
devices which include mobile phones, and kindles. They disrupt both the
softwares and the digital artefacts produced by these softwares whether
it be in the form of video, sound, drawing or woven glitch textiles.

<h3>Remix</h3>

The banal, predictable surface-level behaviour of computer software systems
is broken by the glitch, making images appear unconventional.

Glitches have a crazy and dangerous kind of momentum, suggesting breakdown
and chaos beneath internet conformity.

Glitches are commonly understood as malfunctions, bugs or sudden
disruptions to the normal running of machine hardware and computer networks.

Artists have been tweaking these technologies deliberately to produce
glitches that break up images to generate new meanings and forms.

The high-speed networks of creation and distribution across the internet
have provided the perfect environment for breaking off.

http://ed-strong.com/break-up-down-off
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