When I walk with a camera or a scanner, I capture nature as an act of tending to the need to preserve. As I capture my surroundings and translate them to .obj, .mtl and point clouds, my recording devices remain oblivious to the wires of fungi mycel forming networks hidden underground. During autumn, winter, spring and their in-between phases, shorter and longer natural cycles are swirling simultaneously, processing and reformatting matter and information at who knows what bitrate.
“A glitch is a “surge”, “a sudden short-lived irregularity in behavior” (Oxford English Dictionary), whose aftereffects are at once shocking and effusive. The garish appearance and obstreperous sound of glitch art betokens its origination in this way: a tiny variance has triggered major damage”.
- Notes on Glitch - Hugh S. Manon and Daniel Temkin
Due to the covid-19 lockdown, the exhibition is open by appointment. Please send Ingrid a message on +47 900 47 171 if you want to see the exhibition, and she will arrange a visit during the opening hours 12-17 (open every day except Friday the 26th). On Friday the 19th the opening hours are extended to 15 - 20 o’clock.