Presented by RUA RED
We are very excited to present our second, annual festival exploring digital arts and technology – Glitch.
Each year we programme a set of exhibitions, films, workshops and events to explore a particular theme. This year we are looking at artists who utilise both virtual and real spaces to create their work, with a focus on:
-Collective Intelligence – Exploring how internet connectivity has enabled us to draw information, skills and knowledge from many people across the globe.
-Immersive Technology – Blurring the line between the physical and digital world Generative Art - Using computer systems, software, algorithms and quantified data to create or inform work.
-Open Source Technology – Utilising freely available and
collaborative processes, software and intelligence to create or
The Festival will close with two very exciting live performances from Jacob Kirkegaard and The Spatial Music Collective in Gallery 1, which promise to be two events that are not to be missed!
Participating artists include: Alan Butler, Andreas Nicolas Fischer, Ellie Harrison, Lucy Kimbell, Joanna Kane, David McAllister and Jacob Kirkegaard.
Experimenting with Clouds, Gallery 1 >MORE
Labyrinthitis, Gallery 2 >MORE
Creative Digital Media (Tallaght IT Degree Show), Gallery 2 >MORE
Art Trolley sessions >MORE
Family Films >MORE
Over 55's Film >MORE
Film Fridays >MORE
Recycled Mood Lamp workshop, Sat 12th May, 2pm – 4pm >MORE
TV Be Gone workshop, Sat 19th May, 2pm – 4pm >MORE
Arduino workshop, Sat 9th June, 12pm – 3pm >MORE
Soldering workshop, Sat 2nd May, 11am-12.30pm & 1pm- 2.30pm >MORE
Labyrinthitis live event, Thurs 14th June, 8pm >MORE
The Spatial Music Collective live event, Fri 15th June, 8pm >MORE
Radio Show- Ellie and Oliver, Fri 12th May, 12 noon >MORE
Curious Broadcast >MORE
Marked events are presented as part of the Glitch
Festival between 11th May and 16th June
Top image: Vending Machine by Ellie Harrison
Middle image: I Tend To Get The Two Confused by Alan Butler
Bottom image: Labyrinthitis, Jacob Kirkegaard