peep that scroll action
(crop of a .tiff glitch)
Nelson Mandela, who became South Africa’s first black president after a long fight against white minority rule, has died.
this is so beautiful omfg
a new way to view virtual galleries in a semi-glitchy way
The Fear of Missing Out by Jonas Lund
‘proposes that it is possible to be one step ahead of the art world by using well-crafted algorithms and computational logic. The works in the show are the result of a computer algorithm written by Lund. By analysing and categorizing a wide range of artworks, by the most successful contemporary artists, a set of instructions were generated explaining, step by step, how to make the most successful works of art. The artist then simply made the work following the instructions.’
The project was published in the Huffington Post under the headline Controversial New Project Uses Algorithm to Predict Art providing more details about the algorithmic process:
' Lund enters vitals such as his age, the size of the space he’s exhibiting in, the price point he wants for his work, etc. The algorithm sifts through a vast database scraped into existence by Lund and populated with the names of top-ranking curators, works, galleries and artists. It then spits back an imagined work Lund should make. Each of the algorithm's answers involve three elements — title, materials and instructions. One of Lund’s MAMA installations, “Cheerfully Hats Sander Selfish,” demanded that he “place the seven minute fifty second video loop in the coconut soap.” ‘
Datamosh of William Burroughs and Antony Balch’s The Cut-Ups.
Created with GoldMosh! (Bloom effect and random-time skips used) as a demonstration of intentionally corrupting data or Glitch Art for my students. Presented for educational use.
sick art historical references!