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Rosa Menkman

Xilitla, 2014

3D Videoscape / Algorithmic Art
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Los Angeles, New York
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Los Angeles, New York

Xilitla is a little village in the Huasteca region of Mexico. Here, in the early 1940s, Sir Edward …

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Video Excerpt: 'From far away it all seemed so clear / Liminal Pattern Recognition'
Rosa Menkman
Dutch, b. 1983
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A leader in video glitch art, Rosa Menkman mines software glitches in order to incorporate them into her time-based works. “Glitch art practices are invested in processes of non-conforming, ambiguous re-formations,” Menkman has said of the genre. She experiments with video compression, feedback, and glitches, using her research to produce works such as The Collapse of PAL (2011), in which Menkman pays tribute to the end of Phase Alternating Line—an analogue video coding system. Menkman, who considers the net art collective JODI to be a major influence on her work, organizes a glitch art festival named GLI.TC/H.

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Xilitla is a little village in the Huasteca region of Mexico. Here, in the early 1940s, Sir Edward James – a poet known for his patronage of the surrealist art movement – started the construction of his own idyllic, surrealist pool garden, Las Pozas, in which he deconstructed the many forms and styles of functional …

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Video Excerpt: 'From far away it all seemed so clear / Liminal Pattern Recognition'
Rosa Menkman
Dutch, b. 1983
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A leader in video glitch art, Rosa Menkman mines software glitches in order to incorporate them into her time-based works. “Glitch art practices are invested in processes of non-conforming, ambiguous re-formations,” Menkman has said of the genre. She experiments with video compression, feedback, and glitches, using her research to produce works such as The Collapse of PAL (2011), in which Menkman pays tribute to the end of Phase Alternating Line—an analogue video coding system. Menkman, who considers the net art collective JODI to be a major influence on her work, organizes a glitch art festival named GLI.TC/H.

Rosa Menkman

Xilitla, 2014

3D Videoscape / Algorithmic Art
This is part of a limited edition set.
Location
Los Angeles, New York
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