A glitch art series with an emphasis on datamoshing and databending of video and audio captured in Armenia 2020, with curated binaural sound design and binaural music by Simon Hutchinson and Will Klingenmeier.
What does it mean to “disobey” technology? Expanding on Ernesto Oroza‘s term “technological disobedience”, let’s think about how we can “think beyond the normal capacities of an object, and try to surpass the limitations that it imposes on itself”, working toward a more personal expression through technology using circuit-bending, hacking, creative coding, 3D printing, and glitch art.
Motherboard interview with Ernesto Oroza:
Ohio Players’ “Love Rollercoaster” glitch cover in Pure Data with text-to-speech vocals and databent drums.
The original “Love Rollercoaster” was released in 1975 by the funk/R&B group Ohio Players on the album, “Honey”. Two decades later, It was covered by the Red Hot Chili Peppers in 1996 for–get this–the soundtrack of the Beavis and Butthead movie. It’s a great song, and these are both fantastic versions.
Me? I’m just having some fun and messing around with realtime databending.
Ohio Players performing the original: