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Micro-Project: Glitched Abberations


Sunday, Sep 27, 2015 - 01:07:35 pm

@ beverley

These experiments were really fun to make. The results are all really unpredictable. I chose a variety of images (slightly overexposed, dark, greyscale, etc) to edit and see what effects I can achieve from the experiment. I took screenshots each time I make an edit to the text file, so here are some of the process shots. I’m glad I Read more →

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I love the results!
The way the greyscale image turned out was amazing, all that colour! Also, I though it was an awesome idea to just glitch the top of the image, then the bottom. It gave me more insight as to how the code works than my own haphazard scrambling of the code and gives some control and purpose over the outcome.

Micro-Project: Glitch(y) Art!!!!


Saturday, Sep 26, 2015 - 09:09:20 pm

@ Art2Act

First of all, I must apologize for the delay in posting this up. I had some problems posting this up online as the files constantly ended up in quarantine due to my firewall setting that I had set in my desktop. And when I managed to get it out and open it with Photoshop CC, photoshop no longer recongizes it Read more →

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Tags: Code | Collage | glitch art | jpg | psd
Wow! You have some happening glitch there! Especially the one with the plant on the palm. Imagine it was a video glitch! it's almost like representing like armageddon kind of message haha
Time for Video Glitch bro!!! You try this application. I think you will like it!

Micro-Project: Glitched Aberrations


Friday, Sep 25, 2015 - 06:33:13 pm

@ Nichole

Rosa’s method:

I used Rosa Menkman’s suggestions of how to glitch a photo using audacity. This is because I didn’t have a Mac at the time and wanted to play around with the glitch straight after class on Thursday.

I used this already strange image.

My favourite part was playing around with the colour channels, however the Read more →

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Micro-project: Glitched Abberations


Wednesday, Sep 23, 2015 - 05:22:53 am

@ Esmond Heng

This is the original picture I used – a screenshot of my Google homepage. I thought it would be interesting to scramble up the ‘code’ of a website.

I made 3 versions of glitched images, each one building upon the previous one. For some reason, all 3 images looked different when I opened them on Preview or on Photoshop. I Read more →

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i like how the original image and the final glitch image is totally unrecognisable. This shows not to judge a jpeg by its text. HAHAHA
Haha.. I like the way the glitches and distortion are very linear. Reminds me of the TV losing its reception when I was very young!

The One With The Glitchhhhh


Wednesday, Sep 23, 2015 - 03:13:47 am

@ The Anatomy Of Life & Death

I followed exactly what randall wrote in the step by step manual.

Guess what, it was successful! I was really happy with the results! Below are my process. Starts with the original image.

Start slow, blue glitch is visible on the bottom.

Tried more daring copy and paste action.

And more daring moving up and down copy and paste action!

Yes, opening on preview and on Read more →

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Tags: art | glitch
I love this!! Brilliant effects :D
cool shit dude. I like tt u did it step by step haha and ya glitch nv stops man . We don't know when to stop haha
I like your progression! Its gives the perfect 'before/after' comparisons. You should try playing with the compression and see how it goes bro!
I love these Kamarul--I wish I could learn how to do them...
@Sujatha They've very easy actually! In fact, Randall was the one who gave us step by step instruction to do this! I can teach you! haha

Micro-Project: Glitched Aberrations


Monday, Sep 21, 2015 - 02:01:08 pm

@ Real life

I played with the photos but it is kind of weird that mine became black and white. I love the effects though.

I think I do something like a blind glitch

So I go crazy on the code first without seeing how it looks like.

Kind of remind me of taking pictures with film where I compose the picture first but I don’t Read more →

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How did the original image look like?
Updated haha =D

Micro-Project: Pirate Broadcasting II


Thursday, Sep 17, 2015 - 05:27:16 pm

@ Art2Act

My second broadcast for this week. Its still about Singapore and I think I will continue to broadcast Singapore for the weeks to come.

I think the overall experience minus the stares and smiles at times, was smooth. The idea of having to speak whatever you want and to telecast it live wherever and whenever, makes me feel like a reporter Read more →

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Pirate Broadcast 2


Thursday, Sep 17, 2015 - 03:59:45 pm

@ Nichole

My phone is too old to support periscope so I collaborated with a friend where he downloaded the app and I made a hotspot for him so he could have internet.

I honestly found this experience to be very disappointing because I tried it twice and no one watched. It felt like I was broadcasting myself to the world but Read more →

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OMG... I have the same experience. What's worse, it was my second video. But I think it built my confidence to take shots and video in public without caring so much about the people around me cause I don't think they actually do ( when filming in public)

Pirate broadcast 1


Thursday, Sep 17, 2015 - 03:46:39 pm

@ Nichole

This is what I was doing all of last week, not going out and just staying in my room and doing work or procrastinating. It shows the flicking between different windows and tasks and distractions that for me is how I spend my time on the internet. It also shows the torrent of information that you get subjected to.

Sorry this Read more →

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I always end up on Youtube or Buzzfeed for the food too! Delicious distractions. :)

Singing My Way Home


Wednesday, Sep 16, 2015 - 04:33:13 pm

@ The Anatomy Of Life & Death

I was walking home after buying some food at a nearby food stall. There were beautiful lights being put up along the trees, so I decided to broadcast it to the whole world! How cliche is that! But that’s what happened! And it reminds me of Coldplay’s song Fix You, where the lyrics goes like ‘lights will guide you home’. So Read more →

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Yes, the freedom and ease of live broadcasting across the globe sets up a challenge as to whether or not to take responsibility for the transmission. Are we becoming a global mind in which we have endless eyes via the network? Is the idea of narrative something we have to reconsider in this context? Much to discuss.