GL/TCH PROJECT

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RURU Gallery presents: Glitch PROJECT Workshops and discussion about digital data distortion.
Glitch, in the context of technology is considered as an unexpected error of the machine or system. Often errors are temporary and can be returned to normal by itself, so its presence is often overlooked by users. Specifically, the glitch can be found in all technology related to the utilization of data, but can also be applied in systems of human organization and nature. The workshop will try to do the experimentation on ‘errors’ by using materials and tools that can be found easily. How we can master the unexpected from these data? Workshop activities will then be spliced with a deeper discussion about irregularities in technology, especially in everyday life. How do we interpret this phenomenon? What can we take advantage of it? Discussions will be conducted with Mahardika Yudha, Adhari Donora, and Berto Tukan.

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WORKSHOP
In this workshop, we will learn how to create a simple glitch by using a computer program like hex editor and text edit, second we will learn how to  interrupters CCTV signals using sound waves that will be assembled by the workshop participants.

Event details Workshop

This event will be held on:

Day / Date: 07-08-April-2016
Time: 15:00 to 19:00 pm
Points: RURU Gallery
Address: Jl. Tebet Timur Dalam Raya No. 6 South Jakarta 12820
Speakers: Adhari Donora (Lifepatch / Yogyakarta), Mario Julius (Cut and Rescue / Jakarta)

 

DISCUSSION

Day / Date: 8-April 2016

Time: 19:30 to 21:00 pm
Points: RURU Gallery
Address: Jl. Tebet Timur Dalam Raya No. 6 South Jakarta 12820
Speakers: Mahardika Yudha (OK, Video), Adhari Donora (Lifepatch), Berto Tukan (Journal Carbon)

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