An artist working with electronics and electronic media, based in Brooklyn, NY

Archive for February, 2014

Kickstarter Project: High Voltage Image Making

HVIM

High Voltage Image Making is a project exploring the use of electrical discharge as a means of creating images in photographic media.

I’m raising funds to create a body of enlarged archival prints and to continue developing this project further in terms of creating new works and exploring new techniques.

Limited Editions, Signed Prints, a Photo Book, Commissioned Originals, and more available as backer rewards!

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Workshops and Classes Online and Offline

Online class in Databending

Example of databending a GIF formatted image file.

Get started making glitch art! I’m offering a class covering basic glitch art techniques on Skillshare: Glitch Art – Creating Design from Error: Databending Basics

Learn how to use text editors and hex editors to make glitch art and then turn a series of glitched images into an animated GIF. We begin with a brief introduction to what Glitch Art is, the materials involved, and then dive into hacking the materiality of our digital world.

Sign up using the link above for $10 off class enrollment!


Digital Cameras + Circuit Bending = Glitch Art

Modified and extended Kodak digital camera

Want to learn how to glitch a digital camera?

I’m teaching a workshop in Los Angeles at the Machine Project on February 23rd.

Details here: http://machineproject.com/archive/classwork/2014/02/23/digital-cameras-circuit-bending-glitch-art/

PS – I’m providing the cameras and you get to take yours home with you after the workshop!

Learn how to make images like this:

DCP_2995 created with a modified Kodak digital camera


25% sale Through End of Feb

Don’t know about you, but this winter has been brutally cold up here in Brooklyn. Grab a glitch blanket at GlitchTextiles.com for 25% off using the promo code 25FEB2014. Stay warm.

Designs:

*NEW* Infected Blankets – throws designed by translating the complete genomes of well known viruses into pixelated mosaics. Catching, but not contagious.

Blanket designed using the complete h1N! genome

Blanket designed using the complete H1N1 genome

*NEW* Gradients and Test Patterns – designs made from color test images.

Created using Photoshop's random gradient tool and adaptive lens filter

Created using Photoshop’s random gradient tool and adaptive lens filter

2013/2014 Knit Glitch Blankets

Knit Glitch Textiles

2013/2014 Woven Glitch Blankets

Woven Glitch Textiles