Wednesday, April 10, 2013
"Adrienne Crossman's Series #1 produces complex visual effects through the application of the deconstructive video editing technique known as datamoshing. By deleting the key frames that comprise digital videos, in this case gleaned from YouTube, Crossman reveals the components that allow them to function while producing stunningly colourful results. These digital yet painterly abstractions connote the visual possibilities latent within digital media.
Through the re-presentation of well-known masterpieces, Crossman highlights the anti-canonical nature of the glitch genre and the challenges that face new media art in the context of the conventional art institution. The use of the glitch as applied to these traditional works disrupts notions of the art historical canon, breaking apart its authoritative and exclusive underpinnings. Contrasting these two media forms, painting and glitch video raises questions surrounding the presentation, preservation, and production of digital art works, problematizing typical exhibition practices."
- Shauna Jean Doherty in her writing about SYS.TE/M FAIL.U+RE: Revelations of the Interface, an MFA Thesis Exhibit, March, 2014
June - August 2014 Error Message - Tsvetnoy Central Market Moscow, Russia
June 2014 BYOB TO - Power Ball 2014, The Power Plant Toronto, ON
April - Oct 2014 Far Out - Dorothy H. Hoover Library at OCAD U Toronto, ON
March 2014 SYS.TE/M FAIL.U+RE - 2186 Dundas Toronto, ON
March 2013 The Aesthetics of Failure - Videofag Toronto, ON