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 […]
Just a quick word for a blog I started up months ago but never gave the time it deserved. Up until now, I’ve been posting glitched up stuff on the Illarterate blog, but I’ve decided to give Autoglitcher another chance, at least for a while. I’ll look to retrospectively post some of my glitch art […]
Something slightly weird happened when I was previewing a video I recently exported. It just so happens it contains a couple of promotional links… strange eh? I love it when this stuff happens unexpectedly.
Haha, finally my long-awaited chance to enter Teleglitcher into the E4 sting competition! Specially cut for 2009, this version is a ten second re-edit to fit the new time constraints. And here it is, in all its HD YouTube glory! Warning, may be a bit manic for some tastes. I don’t hold out much hope […]
Most of my YouTube videos don’t work in High Quality mode, and instead display a garbled mess of pixels. I’m not complaining though, it’s bloomin’ awesome! There must be something worth doing with these. I was thinking a rainbow of YouTube glitchery. Having said that, it all seems very green. Maybe a project juxtaposing the […]
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.