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Feb 9, 13:00
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Live Stage: Uncorporated Subversion [de Berlin]

in/compatible aesthetics symposium: Uncorporated Subversion: Tactics, Glitches, Archeologies with Michael Dieter (au/nl), Jussi Parikka (fi/uk), Julio D’Escrivan (ve/uk) and jon.satrom (us); Moderated by Rosa Menkman (nl) :: February 3, 2012; 4:00 - 5:30 pm :: Auditorium, HKW. Continue reading

Jan 28, 17:16
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Facebook Page Performance Art Glitchr Purposefully Tries To Activate Code Glitches

Jan 12, 17:46
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Network Notebooks 04: The Glitch Moment(um)

Network Notebooks 04: The Glitch Moment(um): In this book, Rosa Menkman brings in early information theorists not usually encountered in glitch’s theoretical foundations to refine a signal and informational vocabulary appropriate to glitch’s technological moment(um) and orientations. The book makes sense of recent glitch art and culture: technically, culturally, critically, aesthetically and finally as a genre.

The glitch takes on a different form in relation to noise, failure or the accident. It transitions between artifact and filter; between radical breakages and commodification processes. Menkman shows how we need to be clearer about the relationship between the technical and cultural dimensions of glitch culture. Honing in on the specificities of glitch artifacts within this broader perspective makes it possible to think through some of the more interesting implications of glitched media experience. Continue reading

Nov 8, 20:04
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GLI.TC/H 20111

GLI.TC/H 20111: An International Noise && (Dirty) New Media Event - Conference - Festival - Gathering — works by over 100 participants from more than a dozen countries taking place in virtual-space at and in real-space Continue reading

Nov 2, 13:20
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Live Stage: Algorithmic Unconscious [us Brooklyn]

Algorithmic Unconscious curated by Phillip Stearns :: November 4 - 28, 2011 :: Opening: November 4; 6:30 - 11:30 pm (Performances start at 9:30 pm) :: Devotion Gallery, 54 Maujer Street, Brooklyn, NY.

Digital is anti-noise. In the shift from analog, physical, or chemical forms of art making — where physical agents operate on physical material — to digital, the noise of the medium is minimized (controlled) as a default of the technological substrate.

Algorithmic Unconscious highlights machine/ human collaborations where the primary material in the works exhibited is the inherent noise of electronic systems. By emphasizing random fluctuations, the artists explore the potential for electronic technologies to misinterpret and re-imagine the signals they are processing in order to complete the work. Continue reading

Oct 14, 19:28
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GLI.TC/H ▐▐ 24 Hour No Password Party [online]

GLI.TC/H ▐▐ 24 Hour No Password Party :: October 5-6, 2011; 12:00 - 12:00 am.

In keeping with bending protocol and breaking structures GLI.TC/H has opened a document to collaboratively construct/ deconstruct the layout for the 20111 READER[OR]

GLI.TC/H is compiling a selection of TXTs to be output in digital static-document formats and printed on dead-trees. Writers, thinkers, and artists have encoded their thoughts, ideas, concerns, theories, philosophies, ideologies, and other txt.ecutable documents for the GLI.TC/H 2011 READER[ROR]!

copy/paste/screen-cap/re-code/de-code/re-bug/de-bug this document. Our erratic, unstable, and glitchy efforts will become the stable structured DOC for the festival/gathering/conference DOC.

Oct 5, 13:19
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Experimental/Glitch Videos [uk Leeds]

Call for Experimental/Glitch Videos to be screened at the Leeds International Film Festival, November 2011: Continue reading

Sep 22, 11:59
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Nick Briz Explains the Glitch-Art Methods of JODI

Nick Briz Explains the Glitch-Art Methods of JODI, Chicago Art Magazine:

In an effort to branch out further into the world of tech-based and internet art, Chicago Art Magazine attempted to send interview questions to the Belgium-based artist collective JODI, who have been making art for the internet for almost 10 years. When we attempted to contact the duo, we did receive a reply, but the answers completely befuddled us.

Here are a few samples of the answers we had received via email:

Chicago Art Magazine: What do you hope that people who visit your website,, take away from your artwork?
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Sep 9, 13:04
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Aug 31, 16:21
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