The Visceral Glitch is the alter ego of Daniel Kramer, a digital video artist living in Greenwood Heights, Brooklyn.


Years ago, Daniel began a daily discipline of deconstructing, layering, and animating original photos on his phone and posting the resulting the art pieces on Instagram.  Intending to provoke people to think differently about the world around them, the Visceral Glitch was born.


An explorer with his iPhone, Daniel continuously shoots images of unusual shapes, colors, and textures—the basis of his art. The videos are then created in one session, posted, and never touched again, representing a fleeting moment in time.


The Japanese concept of Wabi-Sabi, is an important inspiration for The Visceral Glitch. The philosophy celebrates the nature’s imperfections. Daniel moves this concept into the realm of digital creation: art, like nature, should be raw and messy—the imperfections revealing an unseen beauty.


As you view these singularly visceral creations, he hopes that they both disrupt your comfort zone and stimulate your mind.