Monthly Archives: January 2011

Monglot [A glitch software]

Of Mimicry and Glitch Art: The Ambivalence of the ‘colonial’ Glitch Art discourse** About Monglot (order and progress // chaos and destruction) The name Monglot is a degeneration of the terms Mongrel and Monoglot (the term also references Homi Bhabha’s … Continue reading

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Infinite Glitch – Ben Baker-Smith (2011-∞)

Chi-town’s Ben Baker-Smith (aka Bit_Synthesis) recently launched a piece entitled Infinite Glitch — a continuously changing glitch-collage media-stream, ripping/pulling its source daily from the mass of content uploaded to the web every second. Potentially infinite (but more likely for … Continue reading

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Glitch Curated by John Pomara and Dean Terry

January 15 – February 5, 2011 reception: Jan. 15, 6 – 8 p.m. Glitch is a video exhibition that highlights the recent investigations of a dynamic group of artists who are investigating digital error. What normally would be considered a … Continue reading

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I am Made of Chalk- GLitch remix

by Olivia Rogers —   via Lori Felker

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