Teleglitcher, an early video from my 2007 Pixel is Power project, has been featured in a special presentation at the New Zealand Film Archive. Kiwi visual artist Dick Whyte, with the help of Mark Williams, put together a screening of various experimental media, described as such: “What do Miss Piggy, Britney Spears, Mussolini, Super Mario […]
Personally, I am not a fan of copyright licenses. Oftentimes I feel restricted in my work, unable to sample almost anything at all for fear of infringing copyright laws. This comes as no real surprise, me being of the mass media Internet generation who doesn’t much care for the mainstream music or film industries and […]
When creating the ‘Teletext is Dead’ video, I tried out a number of soundtracks, messing around with the pacing before finally settling on a fast paced, hectic concoction. This early mix, by contrast, is much more relaxing and laid back, whilst at the same time strangely intense. Music is provided by Nick McCabe. Oh, and […]
Ha! Election time is almost upon us, which reminded me of something, namely those Gordon Brown mashups I did a couple of years ago, the ones Ian Anderson of The Designers Republic didn’t like too much. I seem to recall him saying something about the limited pool of footage… but anyway, at least these days […]
Due to my current financial and erm, computational (?!) situation, I’m currently not able to produce movies as often as I would like. Clearing out my old hard drive, though, I got the chance to revisit some videos from the Analogue Propaganda series, specifically the E4 Teleglitcher stings. I was surprised to find an awful […]
A message from the anti-digital organisation. The titular video heading the Analogue Propaganda project, which explores non-analogue glitching and questions whether digital television really does provide a better viewing experience. The speech was grabbed from this vid on YouTube. Visuals captured on a glitched up Freeview box. Sound is a mix of various glitch noises.