Glitch Art

Computers & Mobile Craft & Design
Glitch Art

Glitch Art is abstract art inspired by computer crashes and digital data by British artist Ant Scott – there are some interesting images on the site that compare glitches to electron scans, great stuff… [via] – Link.

6 thoughts on “Glitch Art

  1. vrf says:

    No BSOD???

    Great stuff, though.

  2. Cormac says:

    I find this piece moving. Theses kinds of playful manipulations, like plunderphonics, can make it easy for almost anyone to quickly create affective, sometimes disturbing works.

    I don’t know that I agree with the 1st four words of the write-up. “Glitch art is abstract art”

    To me it’s just as much Dada.

  3. Gareth Branwyn says:

    Re: Plunderphonics
    Oh man, haven’t heard that word in years. Those were good times, good times.

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