[NetBehaviour] Infringement of Copyright

Alessandra Scapin ale at furtherfield.org
Sun Jul 21 16:47:35 CEST 2013

Well, Furtherfield text was actually published in May 2013!!!
and Ed's one only on 19 July!!! ;)


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On 21/07/2013 15:33, ruth catlow wrote:
> Thanks for the flag Sam.
> Yikes! Don't know what happened there.
> We have added the credit to the page
> http://www.furtherfield.org/programmes/exhibition/glitch-momentums
> all the best
> Ruth
> On 21/07/2013 15:23, sam graham wrote:
>> <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 malfunc
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