A basic glitch techniques workshop for beginners. This workshop merely scratches the surface of glitch tactics that are mostly freely available online and shared amongst and upgraded by artists. This workshop is meant as glitch demistification and no more then a starting point for further research. Because that’s what glitch often is – research – often without purpose or meaning.
– own laptop (local PCs are available, but not recommended)
– own sauce (own pictures for glitching, regardless of size and format)
– image viewing software (IrfanView is cool)
– an image editor [GIMP (recommended) or Photoshop]
– Wordpad ( 🙂 )
– hex editor (Bless (open source) is cool, Hexplorer also works)
– patience, curiosity, high tolerance for frustration 🙂
Dina Karadžić (1986) acquired an MFA in sculpture at the Academy of Fine Art, Zagreb in 2012.
In 2014 (co)founded and is the art director of Format C [www.formatc.hr, Os / CRO], an artist organization with a focus of interest in contemporary artistic research and collaborative production.
Actively (co)working in the area of transdisciplinary and educational practices; exhibiting in the area of visual, digital and net art; worked in the fields of stop-mo animation, custom character design and freelance illustration.
Vedran Gligo (1984) is a self–taught DIY hacker / artist / event organizer / project leader. Strongly applying open source principles in everyday life and practice and attempting to empower the local community by holding free and open digital workshops in Zagreb’s Autonomous Cultural Center through the hacklab01 project. Practicing in the fields of open source, frontend web development, promoting the adoption of GNU / Linux, glitch art, large scale online collaborative art, independent culture production, (h)ac(k)tivism (…) and constantly attempting to broaden his horizons.