This paper explores the potential of glitch as a creative strategy for the contemporary illustrator. Starting with an introduction to the notion of glitch, it examines the relation of this phenomena to the contemporary concern with craft in modern illustration practice, suggesting similarities of approach. Utilising examples across a range of media and practices, it positions glitch as an approach and attitude rather than a purely technological and stylistic concern. The paper concludes by suggesting that the adoption go a glitch attitude can be used to re-invigorate and establish new dialogues.
|Publication title||VaroomLab Journal issue three Interpretation|
|Publishers name||AOI and AUB|
|Number of pages||104|