Digital art > Images Adrift, #11, Held Over
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Original photograph taken in San Francisco, in 2011, at Haight Ashbury. The image was later glitched with Pixel Drifter, a pixel-sorting Java algorithm written by Dmitriy Krotevich.
Glitch Photography is an experimental (or materialist) approach to digital photography using digital corruption, software errors, and algorithmic logic to expose the fragile and unpredictable nature of the digital medium.
Sabato Visconti is a Brazilian born visual artist living in the gentle slopes of Western Massachusetts. He studied political science at Amherst College and developed an deep fascination with the art of photography. Today he works as a freelance photographer with ongoing experience in commercial, documentary and film production. Sabato has also been creating a body of glitch art exploring the digital nature of contemporary photography and its relationship to human experience.