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Error 415: Glitch Art, The Newest Unsupported Media Type

Error 415: Glitch Art, The Newest Unsupported Media Type
In partnership with Click | Gallery, TriTriangle Gallery hosted works by artist/programmers Jon Satrom and Daniel Temkin. The artists’ preferred medium is glitch art, which is made by corrupting or altering digital code for aesthetic effect. I got to speak with them about their interest in the medium, organizing the GLI.TC/H conference and the compulsive nature of interacting with machines. Mackenzie... 

Artists at Play: Claudia Hart’s Sensitive 3D

Artists at Play: Claudia Hart's Sensitive 3D
From character rigging to texturing, in the multibillion dollar commercial 3D game design industry an abundance of meticulous considerations are taken daily. But among the vast parts that comprise this machine, one detail has been historically neglected–gender sensitivity. Artist and School of the Art Institute of Chicago instructor Claudia Hart utilizes 3D animation technology to respond to... 

On Images and Icons: An Interview With Acclaimed Photographer Steve Schapiro

On Images and Icons: An Interview With Acclaimed Photographer Steve Schapiro
Steve Schapiro, DeNiro Contact Sheet, 1975. (Photo Credit: Steve Schapiro). Steve Schapiro’s impressive photographic career has spanned five decades. After studying under photojournalist W. Eugene Smith, Schapiro became a photographer for Life magazine in the early 1960′s, documenting such historical moments as the Selma to Montgomery March, Robert Kennedy’s presidential campaign,... 
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