“Glitch art is the aestheticization, recognition, and/or instigation of a glitch, a break and/or disruption of the expected flow of a system. Glitching, as a process, is inherently reliant upon technology yet surprisingly accessible and executable. Glitch lends itself to pedagogy as much as it serves as a ruse to traditional modes of artistic instruction that codify random acts of creativity. Glitch art, both formally and conceptually, is resistant, foregrounding a critical relationship to the digital culture in which we find ourselves mired.”

Nick BrizĀ  http://nickbriz.com/glitchcodectutorial/

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