[-empyre-] glitch device/divide

Evan Meaney emeaney1 at gmail.com
Wed Dec 7 14:33:54 EST 2011


hi everyone: 

i also want to express my thanks for this gathering. 
super interesting. super passionate. 

i had two thoughts today, after reading through the 
positions, that i thought i would share. 

the first notion is that glitches/glitch-arts (however you want to 
taxonomize them) are largely autobiographical. 
and by that i mean that when we present a glitch in a new context
(mediate/remediate/present/re-present) we are giving that
event a privilege. like photographers carefully framing, we are
using an external source to convey our meaning. so, in this
sense, what sorts of malfunctions we choose to represent
and the contexts by which we re-present them, and present them into;
become largely a function of autobiographical expression, 
rather than anything
inherent to the glitch itself. 

not 'this is a relevant glitch'
but 'i find this glitch's environment relevant because'

this is something we touched on during the politics panel 
in the chi module, how the taxonomies of a glitch are ultimately moot. 
they don't speak to the event or moment itself, but to the
surrounding circumstances. 

the second notion is about the moment(um) itself. rosa invokes
(rightly so) the uncanny, but in so doing opens a door by which it might
escape. for those who run in the glitch art circuit, a glitch no longer
looks like a glitch. or rather, a glitch fails to be surprising, uncanny, 
unheimliche, etc. we are not taken aback by it because we have
created a context of expectation. right?

so, my point. 
if glitches depend on specified contexts to function in the moment
and if they are functions of re-presentation and curatorial (or curator-as-artist)
intent, then any critical work about a glitch is really critiquing the context and
the curator, and not the glitch itself. 

tl:dr - we appropriate glitches to our own purposes. let's stop pretending that they
have intrinsic value when we classify them. 

xo. 
evan
 


On Dec 6, 2011, at 1:06 PM, jon.satrom wrote:

> Greetings Every01!
> 
> After some email hiccups, I am now able to post… I've been an -empyre- lurker since the May 2004 criticalartware convo. Since that time, I've confux'd email accounts and rearranged stuff on my side, so, it's been read-only. I've enjoyed checking in on the list over the years and I'm super xcited to be involved with this month's convergence around glitches, GLI.TC/H, gl1tch, and glitch.art. Thnx to Patrick for the invitation/introduction and to every01 who has already dived into conversation… :)
> 
> 
> Andreas, I really appreciated our conversation at the opening of the GLI.TC/H gallery-component in Amsterdam. I was nice to meet you F2F after having your Artwork in the 2010 gallery-component in Chicago. Your call for discussing the politics of glitch was timely and warranted… It was an area of discussion that bubbled out of the conference/festival/gathering last year. This year, GLI.TC/H was a monster with many heads (wearing many hats); we were very xcited to install that/those concerns at all locations.
> 
> While few of the projects featured in the gallery show this year were overtly political, I do feel that, the very nature of wrangling, nurturing, and causing glitches is political. The gallery-component opening that you attended in AMS was one of many modules; including: lectures, screenings, performances, and workshops. If a glitch is a break in a system, context is key. Therefore, we organize many different contexts to house and encourage glitches. Art is a wonderfully fluid container/meta-context to do this within and the project/mission driven DIY/DIT spaces we partnered with were had less in common with institutional death-stars and more in common with makers.
> 
> On Mon, 5 Dec 2011 13:19:03 +0100, IR3ABF wrote:
>> Connecing glitch with art will do glitch not any good, and thereby is
>> loosing the possible break with an outdated, insufficient and most of
>> all, elitist art concept.
> 
> If we are organizing/playing with situations/moments that cause ruptures/slippages within contexts/systems, then we need to be constantly aware of the systems we are in. I find this a very fun place to experiment and break with outdated/outmoded concepts/frameworks. As organizers of GLI.TC/H and as practitioners at large, we go to great lengths to combat elitism, cultivate openness, make events free, and address glitches in different manifestations.
> 
> "The community is growing and this year we are hoping (and planning) to do it again! From the beginning, we consciously adopted a free & open ethic for GLI.TC/H. We believe that exorbitant entrance fees and exclusive passes create obstacles between "actor" and "audience." "  - from the GLI.TC/H 20111 Kickstarter Campaign (SEPT 2011)
> 
> For me, the FB Occupy link to the (assumed article or conversation) reads:
> 
> This content is currently unavailable
> The page you requested cannot be displayed right now. It may be temporarily unavailable, the link you clicked on may have expired, or you may not have permission to view this page.
> 
> This is a pertinent blip/hiccup/glitch that points to the private structures that contemporary revolutionary communication relies on. I am left in a moment wondering: "was it a bad link" or "was it intentionally taken down for some reason"… It makes me also think of that account where someone screen-captured a chunk of FB code a few years ago exposing some of the tracking algorithms FB developed for the police… oh man… it's in a deadtree somewhere here… I'll post it, if I can find it…
> 
> On Mon, 5 Dec 2011 13:19:03 +0100, IR3ABF wrote:
>> So corresponding to the occupy movement, the lack of a recognizable
>> and outwardly directed and actively pronounced *political* point of
>> view, can easily result in a misunderstanding and a falsifying
>> conception of its underlying premisses
> 
> I think the "lack of a recognizable and outwardly directed and actively pronounced POV" is where the Occupy Movement shines. The original Adbusters call for the gathering was for the occupiers to come up with one demand. If they had done that… it would have been the end of it… I'm absolutely willing to risk misunderstandings in a dirty, murky world, if a group of folks can safely navigate openness and fuel a conversation/project/moment through participation.
> 
> By no means is glitch.art comparable to a movement like Occupy, but there are interesting threads to tease out...
> After all, it took a few really large economic glitches to expose the corrupt system to folks.
> 
> 
> Best,
> jon.s
> 
> http://jonsatrom.com
> http://selectall.org
> http://gli.tc/h
> 
> On Mon, 5 Dec 2011 13:19:03 +0100, IR3ABF wrote:
>> Hi Rosa
>> 
>> thanks for your interesting reply,
>> 
>> I remember in a conversation with John Satrom during glitch Amsterdam,
>> where I posed the same question about the supposedly lack of politics
>> in things glitch related, I offered the example of my personal and
>> dissented - because not sanctioned by the general assembly- action on
>> Occupy Amsterdam.
>> (http://www.facebook.com/media/set/set=a.10150400659812355.360211.732517354&type=1&l=ab83175229
>> [44])
>> 
>> I think politics comes creeping in when there is not a *shared*
>> safeguard in protecting some potentially promisseful developments in
>> perceiving our lived environment - with all its imperfections and
>> *bad* behaviours - from the gloomy and dark, slimy fingers of
>> *commodification*, resulting in the obvious *domestication* and the
>> positioning of it into the well established *fetishized* art world,
>> and where it will be just another vehicle in maintaining its - the art
>> world's - deadly grip.
>> 
>> Just as you rightfully expressed its *freshness* is prone to
>> exploitation and possibly quickly gaining an impact which is able to
>> just stop its *own* fluidal development.
>> 
>> So corresponding to the occupy movement, the lack of a recognizable
>> and outwardly directed and actively pronounced *political* point of
>> view, can easily result in a misunderstanding and a falsifying
>> conception of its underlying premisses
>> 
>> Connecing glitch with art will do glitch not any good, and thereby is
>> loosing the possible break with an outdated, insufficient and most of
>> all, elitist art concept.
>> 
>> In which part of society will glitch be of value except for a small
>> number of people sharing a common interest in playfully disrupting
>> technological achievements? And what are the benefits for the people
>> not being part of it?
>> 
>> Will it develop into another 'ism', fed by institutionalized
>> theoreticians and popularized by its youtfullness and freshness or
>> will it function as a means to break the underlying world building
>> rules and do away with our preoccupation with societal and techno
>> oriented *hygiene*?
>> 
>> Mcluhanistic naivety combined with a US dominated visual art
>> conception will in due time eradicate every possible trace of
>> authenticity, replacing it with its commodified merchandazible fetish
>> derivate.
>> 
>> Andreas Maria Jacobs
>> 
>> "A corrupt Society, produces corrupt Art"
>> 
>> http://burgerwaanzin.nl [45] (anti-art)
>> http://nictoglobe.com [46] (art magzaine)
>> 
>> Sent from my eXtended BodY
>> 
>> On 4 dec. 2011, at 21:30, Rosa Menkman  wrote:
>> 
>>> Andreas, thank you for bringing up the issues of politics and
>>> societal consequences. I think these are to definitely very
>>> important subjects concerning glitch (art) but also very big - just
>>> throwing them around makes me worried of them becoming empty
>>> concepts (this year we actually organized a panel on glitch politics
>>> and I really liked it but also felt it could do with some
>>> -preliminary- conclusions) I would like to try to get one step
>>> closer to that conversation now.
>>> 
>>> For the last years and especially during the organizing of the
>>> festival and the writing of my little book on glitch theory, (which
>>> is downloadable from here [26]) I have been looking for ways to
>>> create or talk about glitch theory/practice-frameworks.
>>> 
>>> glitch = break in a system
>>> glitch = a fingerprint of a technology
>>> But... what is glitch art?
>>> 
>>> What other subjects are there to explore, or organize within these
>>> frameworks, and do I really want to set them apart or organize them?
>>> What are the dangers of writing these things out? Is it the end of
>>> the protocol? (no!)
>>> 
>>> I feel that the problems of defining _glitch_, _glitch art_ (and
>>> possibly _GLI.TC/H)_ and their roles within glitch art communities
>>> are complex. While glitch is mostly technologically defined, glitch
>>> art takes the _technological occurrence_ of a glitch to another,
>>> _more social _or_ metaphorical level._
>>> In GLI.TC/H the festival/gathering/conference we try to reflect on
>>> these problems (that also have to do with authority, hierarchy
>>> within organizing, etc). We try to create an open, fluid space for
>>> the communities that struggle or work within these perspectives and
>>> provide a meeting place for conversation about classic subjects
>>> surrounding these communities, like politics, media archeology and
>>> aesthetics. But I believe we also try to capture the 'fresher'
>>> conversations related to glitch art (glitch art and its
>>> practitioners are, for good and for bad, very prone to a freshness
>>> fetish).
>>> Last year the festival focussed on a very particular change within
>>> the glitch communities, namely the commodification and
>>> standardization of glitch; the domestication of certain glitch
>>> effects. There were many motivations for this, but a very specific
>>> one was the rise (and demise?) of datamoshing, on which I wrote a
>>> blogpost [27]a while back and on which the chapter "From Artifact
>>> to Commodity" of my book (as mentioned above) and the exhibition
>>> Filtering Failure [28] reflected.
>>> This year I feel there has been a general movement towards text,
>>> vernacular or language based glitch art. A good example for this
>>> shift was for instance Curt Cloningers GltchLnguistx [29] and the
>>> following presentation he did during the panel, to which Curt linked
>>> before [30] (00:16:30-00:46:00) + http://lab404.com/glitch11.pdf
>>> [31] , or the growing amount of largely text related glitch-facebook
>>> groups, the resurrection of Zalgo and works like Anthony Antonellis'
>>> Impulse 101 [32] and A Bill Millers Glitched Ascii Art, the
>>> Gridworks series [33].
>>> I wonder if this is a general trend in digital arts, or if this is
>>> something more specific to glitch art practices?
>>> 
>>> I also wonder what politics (is there a difference between
>>> P/politics?) means, within the perspectives of glitch (art
>>> communities) - I know what Nick Briz would say: It is a fluid
>>> concept made by the communities. However, I am always looking for
>>> more specific definitions, shelves and frameworks so we can break
>>> them later and find new glitches.
>>> If we are afraid to define something beyond it being fluid - how can
>>> we still believe in a future for glitch?
>>> Warmly,
>>> Rosa
>>> 
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>>> On Dec 4, 2011, at 8:17 PM, IR3ABF wrote:
>>> 
>>>> do not need to be (irritated), it are the tidal waves of
>>>> internests ever undulating search for the renovation and
>>>> rebuilding of its own flawed fundamentals
>>>> 
>>>> what I do miss are the politcal and societal consequences it needs
>>>> to expose, for now it is merely based on a *dirty* and *speedy*
>>>> aesthetics and lacking substance and contemplation, but its
>>>> alleged freshness and playfullness could eventually develop into
>>>> something more sustainable and less volatile
>>>> 
>>>> for a previous FB discussion see:
>>>> 
>>>> 
>>> 
>> http://www.netbehaviour.org/pipermail/netbehaviour/20110816/022380.html
>>>> [22]
>>>> 
>>>> Andreas Maria Jacobs
>>>> 
>>>> http://nictoglobe.com [23]
>>>> 
>>>> Sent from my eXtended BodY
>>>> 
>>>>> 2011/12/3 GLI.TC/H [18]
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>>>>>> Dear DNSBL,
>>>>>> Good news! We just passed the EMPYRE CAPPSII system!
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>>>>>> We are happy to share GLI.TC/H [1] long tails, heavy tails,
>>>>>> fat tails, power-law tails and recent events of the new
>>>>>> distribution. GLI.TC/H [2] the 20111
>>>>>> conference/festival/gathering, which has reached end of line
>>>>>> [EOL].
>>>>>> 
>>>>>> GLI.TC/H [3] was exe.cuted in Chicago US from: NOV 3 - 6;
>>>>>> Amsterdam NL from: NOV 11 & 12; and Birmingham UK on NOV 19.
>>>>>> Modules included: lectures, workshops, performances,
>>>>>> screenings and gallery worx. The bots are initiating routines
>>>>>> to reflect and absorb GLI.TC/H [4] as a whole and how it
>>>>>> interfaces, supports, and shares within/around the glitch.art
>>>>>> communities...
>>>>>> 
>>>>>> Thnx to Patrick and every01 for the invitation to
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>>>>>> Ye Olde tradition of GLI.TC/H [5] reaches back more than 1
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>>>>>> featured in a festival/conference/exhibition/happening. This
>>>>>> network on individual units converged on Chicago for 4 days.
>>>>>> 
>>>>>> This year the monster [6] traversed 3 countries, 2
>>>>>> continents, garnered 450 submissions from 30 countries from
>>>>>> which ~100 artists from 12 countries were distilled, there
>>>>>> were ~10 glitch art lectures, we were were supported by 146
>>>>>> backers (Kickstarter donors), 2 books were published, 2 broken
>>>>>> limbs (one elbow and one leg), 2 missed trains, 2x1 missed
>>>>>> airplane, and one GLI.TC/H/BABY [7]...
>>>>>> 
>>>>>> Click here to learn more: H [8]TTP://GLI.TC/H [9]
>>>>>> [10]
>>>>>> 
>>>>>> Sincerely,
>>>>>> 
>>>>>> GLI.TC/H/BOTS [11]
>>>>>> CEO OF YOUR BOTNET
>>>>>> + Nick Briz
>>>>>> + Rosa Menkman
>>>>>> + jon.satrom
>>>>>> 
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>>>>>> GLI.TC/H/BOTS [12] Executives and Professionals
>>>>>> HTTP://GLI.TC/H [13]
>>>>>> GLITCH at GLI.TC [14]
>>>>>> 
>>>>>> Want to get your zombie computer back onto the Classless
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>> [6] http://gli.tc/h/monster/
>> [7] http://gli.tc/H/BABY/
>> [8] http://gli.tc/H
>> [9] http://gli.tc/H
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>> [23] http://nictoglobe.com/
>> [24] mailto:empyre at lists.cofa.unsw.edu.au
>> [25] http://www.subtle.net/empyre
>> [26]
>> http://networkcultures.org/wpmu/portal/publications/network-notebooks/no-04-the-glitch-momentum/
>> [27]
>> http://rosa-menkman.blogspot.com/2009/07/from-enchanting-to-default-cultivation.html
>> [28] http://dl.dropbox.com/u/17713740/Filtering%20Failure.pdf
>> [29] http://lab404.com/glitch/
>> [30] http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/18328047
>> [31] http://lab404.com/glitch11.pdf
>> [32]
>> http://www.anthonyantonellis.com/writing/item/45-impulse-101-art-the-internet-and-everything
>> [33] http://master-list2000.com/abillmiller/
>> [34] http://rosa-menkman.blogspot.com/
>> [35] http://rosa-menkman.blogspot.com/
>> [36] http://rosa-menkman.blogspot.com/
>> [37] http://rosa-menkman.blogspot.com/
>> [38] http://rosa-menkman.blogspot.com/
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>> [40] http://rosa-menkman.blogspot.com/
>> [41] http://GLI.TC/H
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>> [46] http://nictoglobe.com
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