Glitch art

__Glitch art__ is the practice of using digital or analog errors for aesthetic purposes by either corrupting digital data or physically manipulating electronic devices. Glitches appear in visual art such as the film ''A Colour Box'' (1935) by Len Lye, the video sculpture ''TV Magnet'' (1965) by Nam June Paik and more contemporary work such as ''Panasonic TH-42PWD8UK Plasma Screen Burn'' (2007) by Cory Arcangel - wikipedia

Animated example of what a glitched video can look like by Michael Betancourt. (Mae Murray in a screen test) - wikimedia

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# List of Glitch Artists

The following is a list of __Glitch artists__ working in various media. Glitch artists make art based on errors and faults - wikipedia

- Mark Amerika - visual arts - wikipedia - Michael Betancourt - video art - Nia Burks - video art - wikipedia - Jamie Fenton - video art - wikipedia - Jodi (art collective) - visual arts - wikipedia - Eric Leiser - video art - wikipedia - Rosa Menkman - visual arts - monochrom - visual arts - Takeshi Murata - video art - wikipedia - Filippo Nesci - video art - wikipedia - Mathieu St-Pierre - video art - Rob Sheridan - wikipedia - Canan Tolon - visual arts - wikipedia - Casey Reas - wikipedia

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