Machine This Weekend: April 13 – 14th
Learn how to databend and datamosh images and video, to compress and re-compress, animate, break, re-animate, and turn conventional image processing inside out. A discussion of early glitch art, artists, visual aesthetics, and conceptual aesthetics (appropriation of artifacts, and the technical appropriation of entropic processes) will center around a hands on breaking of data structures and file formats.
Registration is $40 for general admission and $30 for Machine Project members.
Sign ups and more information can be found at the following link:
Join us for a poetry hike from the end of Lake Avenue in Altadena to the ruins of the Echo Mountain Resort. Once we arrive at the resort Kirsty Singer will be reading poems to touch trees, dirt, plants and rocks by and John Martin will be singing songs for people to look at his drawings of human and animal relations by.
Please visit the following link for hike details and further information: