glitch reslice

glitch reslice is the result of analysing glitches by experimenting and exploiting analytical software techniques. In each instance, stills from a moving image glitch are stacked into frames (at 1 fps), and sliced at one pixel row intervals across the temporal Y axis. Two moving images from the same series of source glitches are represented side by side in this work. This approach creates completely different representations of time-based works by offering top-down cross-sections through the moving image. glitch reslice is part of an ongoing research inquiry that explores the potential for glitches to be employed as an entry point into the critique of post-digital culture.

 

 

 



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