In April 2016, I was invited to be a part of the Digital Decade exhibition in July. The invited artists were asked to create an artwork consists of glitching and that was the very first time I attempted glitch art. Since then, I have been experimenting a lot with it and have been trying to implement the technique into my arsenal.
Many might not know the process of creating glitch art. It is achieved by deconstructing the codes of an image using varieties of techniques, including using wav editors such as sound forge. When creating glitch art, controlling it is really different from normal art, because each glitch technique responds different type of data in the image. And rather than controlling the brush it's about how different hues and shades helps anticipate the deconstruction of the image.
Below is a collection of glitch experiment I've created until now. Expect more before the year ends!
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