Gl1t̷c̛ḩ ̸ ͢Aŕt 101 - Workshop 2: Basics of an image as sound
KIBLIX 2021 / Workshops
Gl1t̷c̛ḩ ̸ ͢Aŕt 101 is a series of three modular 'glitch art' workshops aimed at finding, documenting, and catalyzing unusual and aesthetic flaws in digital visual file systems. Participants will learn about working with digital files, free software, and digital art creation processes based on knowledge of the concepts (format, memory, codec, program, and license) as building blocks of the modern digital ecosystem. Each workshop will begin with a brief presentation of glitch creation methods, techniques, and practices, emphasizing terminology and databending practice. The workshops will be performed by artists, hackers, and event organizers Dina Karadžić and Vedran Gligo.
You don’t need specific prior knowledge or special equipment to participate; you only need a computer with a microphone and a stable internet connection. The workshops consist of three two-hour meetings, which will take place on Tuesdays (16 February, 23 February, and 2 March) via the open platform talk.formatc.hr.
An experimental digital image processing workshop will present a simple and effective sonication of visual materials. With workshop leaders' help, participants will use image re/deconstruction tools and create a series of digital reinterpretations of the digital image, prepare and use various digital image file formats and free software designed to work with sound.
Vedran Gligo is a self-taught DIY hacker, artist, organizer, and project manager. In everyday practice, he uses the principles of open-source software. He is active in the local community by organizing free and open digital workshops in Zagreb’s AKC through the hacklab01.org project. He works in the field of free culture, promotion of the GNU / Linux system, glitch creation, participatory online art, independent cultural production, hacktivism, etc.
Festival KIBLIX 2020–2021 is part o project RUK (2019–2022). RUK is a network of art and culture research centers on the crossroads of art, science, and technology. The project is co-financed by the Republic of Slovenia and the European Union under the European Regional Development Fund.
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