Glitch Project


                                                        Apeiron | Peras, Phillip Stearns

The glitch artist I have chosen is Phillip Stearns. According to a website, “Burchfield Penney Art Center,” his artworks are informed by physics, chemistry, biology, neuroscience, philosophy, and fiber art, among other fields. Also, using live performance, audio, video, musical, composition, writing, circuit sculpture, and installations, he proposes that technologies, machines, and tools are manifestations of our dreams and fears, cultural values, and perceptual biases.

Apeiron | Peras is created using a custom built video synthesizer connected in generative feedback paths. He visualizes the relationship between what is heard and what is seen as sound and image

Stearns thinks that a devise can shape our thoughts. By using electronics, he can express deeper metaphors within the design of his art works.


About Yoko

I'm Yoko. I'm an international student from Japan. I love Japanese animation♡
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