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Since I found this visual collection a few years ago, it's still one of the best sources of inspiration for me. Good and very similar taste in women is also a nice thing to see in such place. Recently I started experimenting with various glitch techniques, It's a lot of fun and understanding digital medium better and I'm curious what do you think as a curator about this type of visual arts.

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Glad to be a source of inspiration to you. 

I find glitch art to be a fascinating phenomenon; a series of digital accidents focused in the joy of disruption. The art form triggers nostalgia in me, reminding me of my childhood and old VHS tapes, full of digital imperfections, lost to the hands of time, and now revived and going strong. There were tapes that I watched so many times that they basically fell apart (The Goonies, Rad, Labyrinth). 

Looking towards the future, I think that I’m most interested in seeing analog representations of what is, essentially, broken technology. If you know of any, please let me know.

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Drive me to the city where every building shouts.

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Hold the summer in your hands 'til the summer turns to sand.

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