Scott Fitzgerald / mostly human


Glitch work

These prints are gathered from both accidental and intentional disruptions in graphic representations

Also, I was fortunate enough to be part of this awesome web series by PBS :

Summer of 2012, PBS Off Book

Is glitch art the "soul in the machine"?

Glitches are the frustrating byproduct of technology gone awry. Wildly scrambled images, frozen blue screens, and garbled sounds signify moments where we want to throw our expensive computer products out the window. Many artists and programmers, however, have embraced these crisis moments and discovered beauty in the glitch. By hacking familiar systems, they intentionally cause glitches, and manipulate them to create art. Enjoying the aesthetics of technological mistakes defies the notion that technology and entertainment has to be a seamless experience. Most importantly, glitch artists reveal a certain soulfulness that emerges when complex streams of information, visual media, and our own lives converge in the chaos of the glitch.


Phillip Stearns

Scott Fitzgerald

Anton Marini

Daniel Temkin

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Produced by Kornhaber Brown


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