Teaching // Call for glitch-course readings!

Meanwhile at SAIC Chicago && Amsterdam
A couple of weeks ago, I was asked to come teach at Michael Dieters course "Critical Media Art", which is a master course subject at the new media master program at the University of Amsterdam. The same day I was also over at skype to teach at the School of the Arts Institute Chicago in Jon Saroms Class about "Glitch Art".

The difference between the two classes was big; both took 6 hours but while Michael Dieters course was mostley theoretical, Jons course was more pratically / interview - style. A part of the interview the students did with me was published by Olivia Rogers in F-NewsMagazine (the SAIC paper) last week.

These are the texts Michael Dieter collected and made the students read for the glitch-class. I added these and more glitch related texts to the gli.tc/h wiki - you can find links to the actual texts there too. A selection of my own, artifact related writings can be found here

* Michel Serres, Genesis, trans. Geneviève James and James Nielson, Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1995, pp. 2-26.
* Olga Goriunova and Alexei Shulgin, ‘Glitch’, in Matthew Fuller (ed.) Software Studies: A Lexicon, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2008, pp. 110-119.
* Michele White, ‘The Aesthetics of Failure: Confusing Spectatorswith Net Art Gone Wrong’, in The Body and the Screen: Theories of Internet Spectatorship, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2006, pp. 85- 113.
* Rosa Menkman, The Glitch Studies Manifesto (2009/2010).
* Florian Cramer, ‘Discordia Concors: www.jodi.org’, Nettime (2002),
* Tilman Baumgärtel, ‘Interview with Jodi.org’, Nettime (1997).
* Caleb Kelly, 'Recording and Noise: Approaches to Cracked Media', in Cracked Media: The Sound of Malfunction, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2009, pp. 1-82.
* Alan Lui, Destructive Creativity: The Arts in the Information Age, in The Laws of Cool: Knowledge Work and the Culture of Information, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2004, pp. 317-371.

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