Thursday, September 18, 2014

Introduction to Video Glitch Processes Workshop at InterAccess

Tonight I will be teaching a workshop at InterAccess all about how to glitch video (the way I know how).

Workshop take place from 7-10 pm, Interaccess is located at 9 Ossington Ave.

Glitch art is the aestheticization/celebration of errors in digital or analogue technology, produced either by corrupting digital code/data or by physically manipulating electronic devices.

Datamoshing, also know as Compression Artifacting, is a video editing technique that falls under the category of Glitch Art. The process involves the creation of intentional glitches that blur the borders between video frames, causing images to bleed into each other rather than having one cut cleanly to another.

Specifically, in this workshop we'll hear:

- a brief artist talk about glitch and glitch art techniques
- an overview and exploration of the software necessary to glitch video
- tips on where to source video material and what kinds of material are best to work with
- an introduction to various experimental techniques
  methods of outputting the files

By the end of the workshop you'll have experimented with a number of visual glitching techniques. You'll produce a number of glitched images and video clips and be ready to glitch on your own and experiment further.

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