Since computers depend on digits and their particular combinations, they explain, resolve, perform everything by numbers. This tendency leads to perfection since the user has to think too much about numbers, units, fractions, ratios, matrices, etc. and this premeditation lessens the likeliness of ending up with accidental developments. Those accidental actions are called “Glitch”. While glitching as a medium for art is established, there is still much room for discussion on how glitching practice may be carried out. How can we apply accidental errors to form digital three-dimensional forms? is it applicable? in how much those errors can improve creativity and open new paths for three dimensional artists? in what ways may software development, made conducive to this kind of artistic creativity? This paper aims to explore glitching in three-dimensional forms as a creative design tool that can help artists and designers to follow new paths in digital aesthetics.
Attieh, Omnia Salah Eldin
"The aesthetics of imperfection ; Glitch art in three-dimension forms as a creative design tool,"
International Design Journal: Vol. 9
, Article 34.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/faa-design/vol9/iss3/34