Glitch art

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Animated example of what a glitched video can look like by Michael Betancourt (Mae Murray in a screen test)

Glitch art is a kind of art where digital errors are considered aesthetic.

Early glitches used in media art (for example, Digital TV Dinner released in 1978).[1] This video was adopted by contemporary "glitch artists".[1]

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Betancourt, Michael. (2015) The Invention of Glitch Video: Digital TV Dinner (1978) (preview)