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The ambiguity formed in the Glitch language pursues two functions and an independent nature; On one hand, it gives the pixel as the smallest component of the digital image, an independent identity and a separate aesthetic expression, on the other hand, it allows the audience to take an active role in the aesthetic perception by illustrating in the distorted and damaged images.
Pixel aesthetic in glitch art is a discourse that moves from the whole to parts and subsequently from parts to the whole, creating a cycle that makes us look at pixels as independent and aesthetic elements. Therefore, glitch artists apart from the typical public opinions about noise, redefining the pixel language and its aesthetics in our minds by creating works to introduce the true value and nature of pixels. The structural contradictions and apparent similarities between pixel and visual languages have led the glitch artists to use all the available features and strategies of the visual language in their works that aligns with the practical logic and structure of technology revolution.
Mohammad Ali Famori

Glitch: Aesthetic Of The Pixels

Platform 101 new glitch video art exhibition explores the concepts of pixel language and glitch aesthetics. The event is curated by Mohammad Ali Famori and features amazing works by 27 artists from around the world. It opened its doors to the public on November 5 and will be on view through November 12. The group art show takes place at Pejman Foundation: Kandovan Building.


Platform 101—in collaboration with the Aleph Team, Art Researcher, and Famori Studio—will dive into the exploration of glitch art and pixels aesthetics. A new video art exhibition will shed light on the intrinsic value and nature of pixels. Damaged and distorted images, intertwined lines of video, and audio noises might well enchant you and awaken interest in unique art forms. You will be able to look at singular artworks by 27 talented artists and musicians from Iran, Brazil, USA, Ukraine, UK, Hungary, Portugal, Singapore, and Azerbaijan. Among them are Arezou Ramezani, Erfan Ashourioun, Parnian Donyari, Mohammad Ali Famori, Shahab Shahali, and others. The media sponsors of the event are Fine Art Shippers and The Holy Art.

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In this exhibition, 27 glitch artists from all around the globe, create works to identify the value of pixels, so they can force our minds to reread the pixel language.