It’s been great watching the group develop, and getting stuck into the free form creation of electronic monsters from noises circuits and found objects. The group embraced every weird and wacky part of the project, and with their ideas turned into real-time sounds and visuals, it’s going to be fun seeing what the public make of the noisy, blinking trolley machine (or Ar-T for short).
The Glitch group is such an important part of the Gallery ecosystem. Providing access to all kinds of workshops and structured project work in such a professional environment is crucial to arming new artists with the skills and networks for their future.
**Update - Check out this report of Ar-T by one of the Glitch Group, Conner Davies.
Outdoor Photos by Glitch/Circuit PHF