glitch TV is a reflection on effects and damage caused by digital compression on media, such as graphics, photos, videos and sounds. The extreme degradation of content often leads to abstract patterns that gain a new kind of artificial beauty.
 
glitch TV focuses on tv programs' banality and insignificance: it is composed by a small tv screen, where short excerpts (taken from major italian tv channels) are shown, and a big projection screen where the same excerpts are damaged and made almost unrecognizable, generating vivid and vibrant patterns. Interaction with public is encouraged through a remote controller to switch between different channels.
glitch TV was brought to life with box36 friends, Antonio Cusimano and Luca Mannino, and was first shown on October 31st, 2009 during Electrofly party at Palermo University.
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