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This is the first International Online Exhibition.

The International Online Exhibition - commonly known as (pronounced glitʃ art bê érre) is an online platform designed to promote, exhibit, and provide a dedicated space for interacting with and discussing Glitch Art.
An exhibition organized in Brazil but is intended for a global audience.

The exhibition is free and open to everyone, as it allows for a wider worldwide audience to access an online program that brings together artworks and texts by current artists and researchers.
The goal is to create a participatory and community-oriented initiative 

dedicated to showcasing experimental and subversive arts from old and new media that are based on analog and digital technologies, also to wide-ranging creative new media-art practices. The exhibition is particularly interested in featuring artworks that explore the critical, artistic and free use of technology.


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The theme of this edition is “Glitch Art and All Its Possibilities” and it aims to promote and investigate artworks in three categories: audio, image, video and research papers.
In terms of artistic production, we will focus on those artworks that clearly represent or dialogue with Glitch Art. These are artworks that feature glitches, errors, failures, noise, deformations, malfunctions, defects, imperfections, strangeness, randomness, accidents, chaos, (dis)programming, deconstructions, interventions, interference, subjectivities and disruption of appearances, power structures, narratives, orders and functionality of data, files, software, hardware, and other technical devices. This includes ways of creating (un)automated, incorrect, incoherent, collaborative constructions, marginal knowledge production, and actions; in short, the possibilities of creating artworks that do not participate or rarely participate in the “recognized” circuit of the current international art market.

We envisioned publishing a book on Glitch Art, but we didn't have enough papers submissions, so it was canceled. In the future I will make contact with some people who wrote about Glitch Art and I will make the invitation for this project to happen.

Yes. The participation is voluntary, open for all, and free. There are no fees for entries and submission. There are no payments to participating artists and authors of published papers.

The voice speaking on behalf of is Cleber Gazana, a person who identifies with Glitch Art and is concerned with its promotion, exhibition, interaction and discussion. If necessary, other people will be invited to the organization. This is an individual initiative without financial or any kind of assistance. I just hope you enjoy it.

The idea is for new editions to appear, but previous editions may or may not remain available online indefinitely. would be an empty URL if not for the artists, researchers and enthusiasts which have participated. Participants will receive a digital participation certificate and their work will be published in an exhibition catalog, both in PDF and free. The catalog will be available indefinitely for access and download here and/or on another online platform that the organization decides to use and/or will exist.

August 1: Launch of the full website. 
August 3: Call for submissions opens. 
October 1: Deadline for submission of artworks. 
November 1: Deadline for submission of papers. (Canceled)
December 1: Exhibition opens. 

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