defunct/refunct exhibition @ GLI.TC/H
defunct/refunct exhibition (w/ recyclism) @ GLI.TC/H
349 of 366
Scene Within a Screen
HD Video taken during Gli.tc/H of Benjamin Gaulon’s YouGlitch site running as part of the “Everybody VJ” event. The video was databent and these subtle, surreal frames were extracted. Electric light impressing numbers upon optical media.
Kyle Evans will come into CHI-town especially for GLI.TC/H and he will bring his new instrument the de/Rasta, which is an Oscillographic Synthesizer and Computer Interface.
Cant wait to see this one in action!! AMAZING!!!!
An online gallery space and archive for anyone to submit works of Glitch Art.
Created to part of the GLI.TC/H 2112 festival in Chicago, anyone can submit a piece of work which they have created (as long it has it’s own URL - this isn’t necessarily a problem, a link to your uploaded GIF from Tumblr, a video from YouTube or Vimeo, if it has a URL it should be fine).
Works will be shown at the festival, as well as available to be seen online. Once the festival is over, the works will be kept as an archive.
The GLI.TC/H 0P3NR3P0 is an open/public repository of glitch art worx. It’s a modular art&&archive project serving multiple goals
- ◆ it’s been developed as an open port for anyone anywhere to submit glitch art worx (that can be represented by a URL: i.e. video, images, sound, web) and have it exhibited/shared at GLI.TC/H 2112 (Dec 6 - 9, Chicago IL)
- ◆ after GLI.TC/H 2112 it will continue as an ongoing archive where artists can continue to submit work and likewise curators can program/source from
To see a rolling online gallery of submitted works, you can check it out here
GLI.TC/H 2112 CSS Disruptions
As part of the public involvement for the GLI.TC/H Festival in Chicago this week (from the 6th to the 9th this month), anyone who wanted to play around with the CSS of the website and “corrupt” it could do so.
There are many entires from well-established internet artists - if you go to the //gli.tc/h/ website and fine the ‘Style this site!’ section, there is a drop-down menu to see the various entries.
Or, for your convenience, here is a selection of examples:
Look! The GLI.TC/H tote bag can function as.. A cable bag! What a great use of a tote bag!!
You want one for your cables? There is only 44 hours left to donate to the GLI.TC/H Kickstarter!!
ADD YOUR GLITCH WORK TO THE 0P3NR3P0!!!
The GLI.TC/H 0P3NR3P0 is an open/public repository (or database) of glitch art worx developped by yyolk and the gli.tc/h/bots. Anyone can submit their worx to the 0P3NR3P0 and curate/program/source work from the 0P3NR3P0 for inclusion in their own glitch art events at 0p3nr3p0.net/.
all the works in the 0p3nr3p0 will be featured IRL at GLI.TC/H 2112
Do not adjust your screen.
GLI.TC/H is about what happens when technologies begin to break.
A free, open festival of tinkerers, hackers, artists, writers, and coders based in Chicagoland but active worldwide, GLI.TC/H brings curiosity and humor to the search for truth in failure. Inspired by the unintentional absurdity of digital hiccups, the artists behind the festival hacked their Kickstarter project page, transforming it into an appropriately glitchy mess.
This year’s US festival runs from Dec. 6-9 in Chicago.