Ira Birkkjaer
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Nam June Paik ‘Global Groove’ – This is a glimpse of a video landscape of tomorrow when you will be able to switch on any TV station on the earth and TV guides will be as fat as the Manhattan telephone book. (1973)

Nam June Paik ‘Global Groove’ – This is a glimpse of a video landscape of tomorrow when you will be able to switch on any TV station on the earth and TV guides will be as fat as the Manhattan telephone book.

Nam June Paik - Google Search

Distorting TV sets into sculptures, Nam June Paik breaks the inviolable power of broadcast television, allowing the viewer to manipulate its form at will.

Nam June Paik and Ryuichi Sakamoto; Replica, for keyboard Composed by Ryuichi Sakamoto

Corrupted image and video files are turned into alternately haunting and psychedelic works of ‘glitch art’, also known as ‘databending.

Glitch Art? Why not change your art out to reflect the season? Palm trees for summer....evergreens for winter. Makes perfect sense to me to rotate your art.. very nice photo and technically spot on. Well done.

Why not change your art out to reflect the season? Palm trees for summer. Makes perfect sense to me to rotate your art. very nice photo and technically spot on.

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Inspirational Patterns that can be interpreted by The Art Mosaic Factory and be created into a custom

Another - Bundenko print & collage artist.

Another - bundenko print & collage artist - is this glitch art or just the aesthetic?

Workshop Atelier-Laboratoire IDÉFI-CréaTIC — Hypermédia / Création Artistique — à l'hôtel de Cordon fin février 2016. Un 1er GIF animé avec les Masters au travail : Rose Edjaga, Mathieu Cabochette et Yohann Rouillé, Clément Trichon et Charly Mas, sous l'œil de Franck Soudan...

Workshop Atelier-Laboratoire IDÉFI-CréaTIC — Hypermédia / Création Artistique — à l'hôtel de Cordon fin février 2016. Un 1er GIF animé avec les Masters au travail : Rose Edjaga, Mathieu Cabochette et Yohann Rouillé, Clément Trichon et Charly Mas, sous l'œil de Franck Soudan...