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藍歌 AIKA
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あいか
Art Collective
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rejecting instruction
short film [ 5 minutes ]
> We experience life and evolve through digital spaces that hold less and less meaning to us every day. As we are acting everyday more like them, our quest to understand the machines who encrypt our data has become closer to an identity crisis.
the cloud factory
a/v performance [ 45 minutes ]
> from blue screens to clouded skies, a live corruption performance takes place as the public transits through unearthed life cycles of abandoned projects and forgotten innovations. affective artifacts rise and fall, deconstructing attentional biases and provoking feelings of nostalgia from unstable times that were // are // or have yet to come.
JPEG Crush
workshop [ 60 minutes ]
> glitch art is deliberate manipulation of data, and data is ever evolving.
as our lives continuously get transcribed into bits, our relationship with data keeps changing;
binding closer. the ability to control the usage of data, of information,
is in the interest of anyone who has pieces of themselves stored somewhere.
Superlune
short film [ 8 minutes ]
> Super Lune is an application that combines the waves of love to those of the stars.
If the love is real, the connection will glitch. To satisfy the obstinate requests of her boyfriend, Iris downloads the app. She connects to John Love, and starts playing the game. Where will this choice take them ?
impressions numeriques
exhibition
> Today's digital signatures, such as compression artifacts, are seen as faults. The race to new and better video codecs avoiding visually lossy content is raging through a commercial enterprise of standards.

The development of an impressionist glitch art form is a reaction to the constant evolution of these codecs, aiming to draw attention towards obfuscated information of failure through the destruction of detail found in artifact beauty.
versailles x264
exhibition
> I've always found it fascinating the way colors interact with each other in broken digital video files.

There is something extremely plastic about it, but if not for the glitch, the pixels would still be constrained in a unique and expected continuity. The hereby disruptions cause the colors to melt within each other in motion, evolving like independent pigments.