Unseen glitch

Following the exhibition thirty postcards were produced by the artist. The audience were invited to pick one out of 9,000 half-transparent images from the exhibition site and had to guess the location where the artist performed. The chosen images were placed on the map which became a new composition of the city created by the audience. The postcards were given as a present for those involved in the activity.

Those thirty images were automatically fabricated by a programme the artist designed for the glitch effects. A glitch is a short-lived fault in a system, such as a transient fault that corrects itself making it difficult to troubleshoot. The term is particularly common in a computing and electronics industries, in circuit bending, as well as among players of video games. More generally, all types of systems including human organizations and nature experience glitches. A input of the program were the images from the artist's projects. On the project the artist was investigating the relationship between human's innate structure and his erratical memorizing abilties through his own designed device, here the artist transposed his own role to the computer programme.

Unseen glitch, 2018
30 postcards, limited edition