Glitch           

A curated international photography exhibition

August 29 – September 21, 2019                                                       newsletter

Mystery No. 1
Disrupted Airways #1
Pinhole No. 4
Untitled
Paris
Memory Lapse
Untitled
Crash No. 2
She lets you in
Before The Boardwalk Opens
House
Her Long Black Hair
Generation/Regeneration, Untitled 1
Tavitündér
White noise No. 3
A Line of Returning No. 1
Sisters
Inseption
Wine on Film No. 2
Edie in the flat 2 - multiglitch a
Prestamos
Colorgame
Clown in chains
Untitled
Forest
Damaged Negative from Elusive Memory
Transference No. 4
Radar proving aerial
Lines
Driving during a polluted dawn
Flowers & Tree
Flagmammuth / Zászlómamut
Digitization error No. 1
Memoir of Memories No. 1

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All mental and physical processes are subject to errors, and photographic creative and technical processes are no exception to this rule. Photographers may carefully plan their compositions, but even the most thoroughly constructed situations might surprise us with some unforeseeable element. Analogue and digital technical processes are also prone to errors that modify the image in unexpected ways. Some types of glitches occur spontaneously, while others are intentionally prompted by using equipment or technology that randomly or systematically produces them. A glitch may occur in the theme, the production method or in the material of the image as well, and it could be present in the picture or in the viewer’s eye. In this call we understand glitches in a wide sense, ranging from the unexpected in the process of composing images to the technological errors that modify the final image in all sorts of intended or unintended ways. 

Juror's choice

Hanxuan JiangMystery No. 1

Honourable mentions*

Michael Corthell: Disrupted Airways #1

Paul Delpani: Pinhole No 4

Rani Marie RobisonUntitled

Elsa Zambrano: Paris

*Due to a glitch in the system we have four honourable mentions this time.

Exhibiting photographers

 

 

 

 

Mildred Alpern (New York, NY, USA), Karin Bauer (Bisamberg, Austria), Marc Bourgeois (Montreal, Canada), Catherine Caddigan (Randolph, MA, USA), Michael Corthell (Millis, MA, USA), Dorie Dahlberg (Long Branch, NJ, USA), Erik Deerly (Kokomo, IN, USA), Paul Delpani (Vienna, Austria), Diane Fenster (Pacifica, CA, USA), Tracy Fish (Reno, NV, USA), László Gálos (Salgótarján, Hungary), Paula Haapalahti (Vantaa, Finland), Tao Ho (New York, NY, USA), Leena Holmström (Oulu, Finland), Adrian Paul Ile (Budapest, Hungary), Hanxuan Jiang (London, UK), Anna Kalapazana (Gabrovo, Bulgaria), Josiane Keller (Asheville, NC, USA), Nicholas Luchenbill (El Paso, TX, USA), Krisztina Szilvia Mag (Budapest, Hungary), Laura Malaterra (Genova, Italy), Yoshitaka Masuda (Tokyo, Japan), Malgorzata Mikolajczyk (Warsaw, Poland), Deborah Orloff (Sylvania, Ohio, USA), Rachel Orue (Granger, IN, USA), Christopher Osborne (Dubai, United Arab Emirates), Vasilios Papaioannu (Syracuse, NY, USA), Anelyn Radulescu (Bucharest, Romania), Rani Marie Robison (Laramie, WY, USA), Ron Schöningh (Rosmalen, Netherlands), Emma Sywyj (London, UK), Zsolt Székelyhidi (Budapest, Hungary), Ilya Trofimenko (Dresden, Germany), Valerie White (Toledo, OH, USA), Elsa Zambrano (Paris, France)

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Yoshitaka Masuda