Join Sarah Trad via Zoom for a glitch art workshop on November 1 6:30-7:30 PM ET
Using the open-source, free and multidisciplinary software Audacity, Sarah Trad will be teaching an introductory workshop on how to glitch still images. Glitch art experimentation uses Sonification as a process within audio software that disturbs the file data of images to create a new visual effect. In this workshop, Sarah will give a step-by-step tutorial on how to glitch an image. As well as provide historical context for glitch art; how it fits into the history of found art and collage including, artists that have inspired her artistic practice.
Sarah Trad, a Philadelphia-based video artist and curator who explores the relationship between subjective and objective emotionality, navigating daily life and relationships while faced with mental illness and breaking down stereotypes of gender and narrative. Her work also highlights how mental illness and coming from marginalized backgrounds intersect with internal emotional worlds.
This workshop is limited to 12 participants.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing a link to download Audacity, workshop materials and information about joining the meeting.