Analog Glitch with polaroids

Analog:Glitches – an experimental art show with glitched out Polaroids

I’m excited to announce my next photography show, Analog:Glitches, at Photobooth SF. This show will be a collection of glitch’d out digital images (shot & edited on my iPhone) that are magically transferred onto real instant film using the Impossible Project’s Instant Lab. These images have all been tweaked using Decim8, Glitch Lab, TrueHDR, and various other techniques I’ve learned during my ongoing “appsperiment” series. Though work is experimental in nature, the show sort of represents my transition over the years from being an iPhone photographer to working primarily with film. Though I’m most at home shooting on a roll of Tri-X film, I’m still heavily influenced by the lessons I learned while shooting on a mobile device.

Impossible Glitches opens on March 22nd, 2014 at Photobooth SF with a party from 6-8pm. We’ll be showing some of my favorite Impossible Project images along with copies of a limited edition color zine collecting all 24 photos in the series. I’ll also be hosting a series of photowalks and tutorials to help teach some of my appsperiment techniques. More on that later.


2 responses to “Analog:Glitches – an experimental art show with glitched out Polaroids

  1. […] and experimented with thousands of iPhone photo apps while working on my Daily Appsperiment and Impossible Glitch series. Since I most often get asked about glitch apps, I decided to compile this list of glitch […]

  2. […] kicked off with a bang. In February I did my Analog/Glitch art show at Photobooth in SF. It was by far the most successful show I’ve ever done, far […]

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