Glitch Art, the Perfect Imperfection

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Original Title: “Glitch Art, l’imperfection parfaite”

Usbek et Rica

March 3, 2017

Glitched version of Leonardo da Vinci's “Mona Lisa”
Glitched version of Leonardo da Vinci's “Mona Lisa”. © weebly.com (Source)

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Scratched DVDs, pixelated video, damaged or corrupted files, software bugs... Technological bugs have given rise to a new form of art brut.

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Encinas, Laura. “Glitch Art, l’imperfection Parfaite.” Usbek et Rica, 3 Mar. 2017, https://usbeketrica.com/fr/article/glitch-art-l-imperfection-parfaite.
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Encinas, Laura. “Glitch Art, l’imperfection Parfaite.” Usbek et Rica, March 3, 2017. https://usbeketrica.com/fr/article/glitch-art-l-imperfection-parfaite.
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Encinas, L. (2017, March 3). Glitch Art, l’imperfection parfaite. Usbek et Rica. https://usbeketrica.com/fr/article/glitch-art-l-imperfection-parfaite
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@misc{Encinas2017Glitch, author = {Encinas, Laura}, year = {2017}, month = {mar 3}, title = {Glitch {Art}, l\textquoteright{}imperfection parfaite}, howpublished = {https://usbeketrica.com/fr/article/glitch-art-l-imperfection-parfaite}, }