INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SOCIAL HUMANITIES SCIENCES RESEARCH (JSHSR)

Abstract


THE ART OF GLITCH THAT WAS A PRODUCT OF ERRORS, AND AN IMPLEMENTER OF THIS ART FORM IN CERAMICS, CHAD WYS

The Art of Glitch That Was a Product of Errors, and An Implementer of This Art Form in Ceramics, Chad Wys Accidents, errors and disruptions are necessary for the scientific advances and evolution of humanity. Perhaps, the next step in our evolutional development could be the result of a genetic problem. Iman Moradi “The word glitch means a minor malfunction or problem that causes a temporary setback. On the other hand, glitch art is a highly revolutionary attempt that shifts the rhetoric of technological excellence, revealing the significance of human products and the aesthetics of error.”(Akıl,S., 2014) With the popularization of the Internet and the development of social media tools in the 21st century, a virtual world was created based on digital expression methods that almost everyone possesses. This virtual world revolves around virtual identities. The emergence of this art movement in such a digital world could not be denied. Individuals who consider art as a form of expression make impulsive inquiries. Though these impulses, they reveal their art. For them, change and transformation are inevitable. The Glitch art could be described as a reflection of the distortion resulting from a coding error in software. When the structure of this distortion is examined, it could be argued that the glitch adds an aesthetic and destructive narrative to a composition. Along with this expression, the art of glitch is defined as a reorganization of all structures that seem aesthetic and correct. While conducting interrogations with its destructive attitude, it disturbs all that came before it and reproduces all. Today, several artists create their works by distorting the structure and producing a brand new meaning. The present study aimed to discuss Glitch art based on the works of Chad Wys, who is one of the above-mentioned artists.



Keywords
Glitch art, Ceramic, Deconstruction, Error, Chad Wys



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