Updated: Oct 18
t the heart of New York's bustling art scene, a transformative experience awaited attendees at Station 3 on October 4, 2023. Curated with passion and an eye for the avant-garde, "Glitched Out" not only pushed the boundaries of art but redefined them.
With the dazzling duo Jane Herman and Bo Braden at the helm as hosts, the event promised a journey into the then-nascent realm of Glitch Art—a form that embraces the unexpected, the distorted, and the beautifully flawed. Many walked in unfamiliar with the concept, but all left with a newfound appreciation for this electrifying medium.
A personal highlight? Performing a live Glitch Art creation for the very first time. A moment where chaos meets control, and unpredictability crafts perfection.
But what truly set the evening apart was the panel of distinguished glitch artists, each bringing a unique perspective to the table. Marjan Moghaddam, Supreme and The Poet Engineer joined me for an exploration of glitch art in all its multifaceted glory.
"Glitched Out" wasn't just an event; it was a revelation. An invitation to view the world, not for its perfection, but for its glitches—each telling a story more profound than the last.