Loud Tate: Code, Tate Britain, London, UK
Some of my glitch works were shown at the Tate Britain, London during the Loud Tate: Code event on November 8, 2014.
I glitched one of the Tate’s classic works, Peter Monamy – Ships in Distress in a Storm (1720-30), but rather than simply tear it to pieces I wanted the original title and feeling of the work to remain relevant. So many glitch works destroy the source material, however I aimed to take more of a remixing approach.
Surreal Salon, Baton Rouge Gallery of Contemporary Arts, LA
iMac Photo Booth #Selfie Emailed to 1994 was selected to show in the Surreal Salon 7 @ the Baton Rogue Gallery Center of Contemporary Art – a monthlong show taking place in January 2015. A sheer-gloss print on a 12×12 aluminum panel makes this a rare occasion where a digital-centric work looks more interesting in real life!
Check out the write up of the show featuring my work in The Advocate.
111 Minna Gallery, San Francisco
I showcased four pieces at a group show @ 111 Minna Gallery in San Francisco in 2015. All of these pieces used algorithmic digital manipulation techniques.
- iMac Photo Booth #Selfie Emailed to 1994 (ASCII/ANSI technique)
- So Close Self Portrait 00 (Google Deepdream Neural Net)
- So Close Self Portrait 01 (Pixelated / Vecortized)
- Steeples (Pixel-shifted glitch)
The opening night on Friday August 21, 2015 had lines down the block!