"Observed through the lens of a handsome
coffee table book, the amassed images
garner a deeper appreciation for the
digital fluke and make a convincing case
for accidents as source of inspiration."
Doug Black for Wallpaper
"Kinda trippy, and definitely techy."
Danny Allen - Gizmodo
"part coffee table art book,
part technological disaster with 206 images
of glorious computer foul-ups.
"...contributors took inspiration from those
silicon freakouts to provide beautiful visuals
that make the Windows BSOD look like
the cold authoritarian artifact that it is.
Adrian Covert - PopSci
"...the definitive resource on the visual
art of synthetic chaos. "
Graham for Spike Jones' We love You So Blog
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The book features a foreword
by Per Platou an introduction
by Iman Moradi and features interviews
with Angela Lorenz, Ant Scott, Kim Cascone
O.K. Parking and Johnny Rogers.
List of featured contributors.
Jan Robert Leegte
Michael R. Salmond
Systems Fail. Errors Happen, Computers don't know whats going on. We see interesting and unusual visuals artefacts and glitches, We capture them!
At other times we provoke them!
This book presents a really colorful and vibrant variety of unusual visual glitch artwork from some
very talented people.
This book was 4 years in the making, and received over 900 contributions! The book is a must have for anyone with an interest in Glitch Art & Aesthetics. With interviews and introductions for those who want
to learn more.