Glitch Noise Portraits

The Glitch Noise Portraits series is a collection of clips created from images - portraits and self-portraits in particular - that have been borrowed from…
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an oil painting of a woman's face with red lips and black hat on
Alex Katz (Bathing) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Glitch Noise Portraits series is a collection of clips created from images - portraits and self-portraits in particular - that have been borrowed from historical works of art, photography and mass media. The images are manipulated through computer graphics in order to highlight their flat, ephemeral digital nature. If we dig deep into these images, we discover that they are made of many pixels, all of which are equal and interchangeable - the same pixels that conceptual artist Lawrence Weiner talked about in a 2012 interview: “In the digital world we live in, there is no pixel who thinks they’re better than any other pixel.” The audio of the video clip is a short track created by using glitch/noise music as a base. Each clip is 10 seconds long and has an aspect ratio of 9:16.
an image of a man that is wearing a suit and tie with the words mao on it
Andy Warhol (Mao) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Glitch Noise Portraits series is a collection of clips created from images - portraits and self-portraits in particular - that have been borrowed from historical works of art, photography and mass media. The images are manipulated through computer graphics in order to highlight their flat, ephemeral digital nature. If we dig deep into these images, we discover that they are made of many pixels, all of which are equal and interchangeable - the same pixels that conceptual artist Lawrence Weiner talked about in a 2012 interview: “In the digital world we live in, there is no pixel who thinks they’re better than any other pixel.” The audio of the video clip is a short track created by using glitch/noise music as a base. Each clip is 10 seconds long and has an aspect ratio of 9:16.
an abstract painting of a man's face
Otakar Hudeček (Self-Portrait) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Glitch Noise Portraits series is a collection of clips created from images - portraits and self-portraits in particular - that have been borrowed from historical works of art, photography and mass media. The images are manipulated through computer graphics in order to highlight their flat, ephemeral digital nature. If we dig deep into these images, we discover that they are made of many pixels, all of which are equal and interchangeable - the same pixels that conceptual artist Lawrence Weiner talked about in a 2012 interview: “In the digital world we live in, there is no pixel who thinks they’re better than any other pixel.” The audio of the video clip is a short track created by using glitch/noise music as a base. Each clip is 10 seconds long and has an aspect ratio of 9:16.
a painting of a woman with black hair
Jenny Saville (Transgender) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Glitch Noise Portraits series is a collection of clips created from images - portraits and self-portraits in particular - that have been borrowed from historical works of art, photography and mass media. The images are manipulated through computer graphics in order to highlight their flat, ephemeral digital nature. If we dig deep into these images, we discover that they are made of many pixels, all of which are equal and interchangeable - the same pixels that conceptual artist Lawrence Weiner talked about in a 2012 interview: “In the digital world we live in, there is no pixel who thinks they’re better than any other pixel.” The audio of the video clip is a short track created by using glitch/noise music as a base. Each clip is 10 seconds long and has an aspect ratio of 9:16.
a pastel drawing of a man's head with his eyes closed and nose slightly open
Francis Bacon (Self-Portrait with injured Eye) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Glitch Noise Portraits series is a collection of clips created from images - portraits and self-portraits in particular - that have been borrowed from historical works of art, photography and mass media. The images are manipulated through computer graphics in order to highlight their flat, ephemeral digital nature. If we dig deep into these images, we discover that they are made of many pixels, all of which are equal and interchangeable - the same pixels that conceptual artist Lawrence Weiner talked about in a 2012 interview: “In the digital world we live in, there is no pixel who thinks they’re better than any other pixel.” The audio of the video clip is a short track created by using glitch/noise music as a base. Each clip is 10 seconds long and has an aspect ratio of 9:16.
an oil painting of a man wearing a blue shirt and red bandanna on his head
Chaz Guest (Portrait of a Man) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Glitch Noise Portraits series is a collection of clips created from images - portraits and self-portraits in particular - that have been borrowed from historical works of art, photography and mass media. The images are manipulated through computer graphics in order to highlight their flat, ephemeral digital nature. If we dig deep into these images, we discover that they are made of many pixels, all of which are equal and interchangeable - the same pixels that conceptual artist Lawrence Weiner talked about in a 2012 interview: “In the digital world we live in, there is no pixel who thinks they’re better than any other pixel.” The audio of the video clip is a short track created by using glitch/noise music as a base. Each clip is 10 seconds long and has an aspect ratio of 9:16.
a painting of a woman with yellow eyes and a hat on top of her head
Enrico Baj (Portrait of a Young Man) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Glitch Noise Portraits series is a collection of clips created from images - portraits and self-portraits in particular - that have been borrowed from historical works of art, photography and mass media. The images are manipulated through computer graphics in order to highlight their flat, ephemeral digital nature. If we dig deep into these images, we discover that they are made of many pixels, all of which are equal and interchangeable - the same pixels that conceptual artist Lawrence Weiner talked about in a 2012 interview: “In the digital world we live in, there is no pixel who thinks they’re better than any other pixel.” The audio of the video clip is a short track created by using glitch/noise music as a base. Each clip is 10 seconds long and has an aspect ratio of 9:16.
a painting of a man wearing a red hat
Alex Katz (Announcements) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Glitch Noise Portraits series is a collection of clips created from images - portraits and self-portraits in particular - that have been borrowed from historical works of art, photography and mass media. The images are manipulated through computer graphics in order to highlight their flat, ephemeral digital nature. If we dig deep into these images, we discover that they are made of many pixels, all of which are equal and interchangeable - the same pixels that conceptual artist Lawrence Weiner talked about in a 2012 interview: “In the digital world we live in, there is no pixel who thinks they’re better than any other pixel.” The audio of the video clip is a short track created by using glitch/noise music as a base. Each clip is 10 seconds long and has an aspect ratio of 9:16.
a man with blonde hair and green eyes
Andy Warhol (Self-Portrait) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Glitch Noise Portraits series is a collection of clips created from images - portraits and self-portraits in particular - that have been borrowed from historical works of art, photography and mass media. The images are manipulated through computer graphics in order to highlight their flat, ephemeral digital nature. If we dig deep into these images, we discover that they are made of many pixels, all of which are equal and interchangeable - the same pixels that conceptual artist Lawrence Weiner talked about in a 2012 interview: “In the digital world we live in, there is no pixel who thinks they’re better than any other pixel.” The audio of the video clip is a short track created by using glitch/noise music as a base. Each clip is 10 seconds long and has an aspect ratio of 9:16.
an image of a woman with curly hair
Chuck Close (Linda) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Glitch Noise Portraits series is a collection of clips created from images - portraits and self-portraits in particular - that have been borrowed from historical works of art, photography and mass media. The images are manipulated through computer graphics in order to highlight their flat, ephemeral digital nature. If we dig deep into these images, we discover that they are made of many pixels, all of which are equal and interchangeable - the same pixels that conceptual artist Lawrence Weiner talked about in a 2012 interview: “In the digital world we live in, there is no pixel who thinks they’re better than any other pixel.” The audio of the video clip is a short track created by using glitch/noise music as a base. Each clip is 10 seconds long and has an aspect ratio of 9:16.
a painting of a man's face is shown
Frida Kahlo (Portrait of Diego-Rivera) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Glitch Noise Portraits series is a collection of clips created from images - portraits and self-portraits in particular - that have been borrowed from historical works of art, photography and mass media. The images are manipulated through computer graphics in order to highlight their flat, ephemeral digital nature. If we dig deep into these images, we discover that they are made of many pixels, all of which are equal and interchangeable - the same pixels that conceptual artist Lawrence Weiner talked about in a 2012 interview: “In the digital world we live in, there is no pixel who thinks they’re better than any other pixel.” The audio of the video clip is a short track created by using glitch/noise music as a base. Each clip is 10 seconds long and has an aspect ratio of 9:16.
a painting of a man's face with red hair
Francis Bacon (Portrait Of Lucian Freud) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Glitch Noise Portraits series is a collection of clips created from images - portraits and self-portraits in particular - that have been borrowed from historical works of art, photography and mass media. The images are manipulated through computer graphics in order to highlight their flat, ephemeral digital nature. If we dig deep into these images, we discover that they are made of many pixels, all of which are equal and interchangeable - the same pixels that conceptual artist Lawrence Weiner talked about in a 2012 interview: “In the digital world we live in, there is no pixel who thinks they’re better than any other pixel.” The audio of the video clip is a short track created by using glitch/noise music as a base. Each clip is 10 seconds long and has an aspect ratio of 9:16.
an oil painting of a woman wearing a black hat and dress shirt, with her eyes wide open
Lucian Freud (Girl with Beret) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Glitch Noise Portraits series is a collection of clips created from images - portraits and self-portraits in particular - that have been borrowed from historical works of art, photography and mass media. The images are manipulated through computer graphics in order to highlight their flat, ephemeral digital nature. If we dig deep into these images, we discover that they are made of many pixels, all of which are equal and interchangeable - the same pixels that conceptual artist Lawrence Weiner talked about in a 2012 interview: “In the digital world we live in, there is no pixel who thinks they’re better than any other pixel.” The audio of the video clip is a short track created by using glitch/noise music as a base. Each clip is 10 seconds long and has an aspect ratio of 9:16.
an oil painting of a woman with orange flowers on her head and hair in the shape of a turban
Irma Stern (Look at me) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Glitch Noise Portraits series is a collection of clips created from images - portraits and self-portraits in particular - that have been borrowed from historical works of art, photography and mass media. The images are manipulated through computer graphics in order to highlight their flat, ephemeral digital nature. If we dig deep into these images, we discover that they are made of many pixels, all of which are equal and interchangeable - the same pixels that conceptual artist Lawrence Weiner talked about in a 2012 interview: “In the digital world we live in, there is no pixel who thinks they’re better than any other pixel.” The audio of the video clip is a short track created by using glitch/noise music as a base. Each clip is 10 seconds long and has an aspect ratio of 9:16.
a painting of a woman's face with brown hair and green eyeshades
Francis Picabia (Portrait of a Woman) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Glitch Noise Portraits series is a collection of clips created from images - portraits and self-portraits in particular - that have been borrowed from historical works of art, photography and mass media. The images are manipulated through computer graphics in order to highlight their flat, ephemeral digital nature. If we dig deep into these images, we discover that they are made of many pixels, all of which are equal and interchangeable - the same pixels that conceptual artist Lawrence Weiner talked about in a 2012 interview: “In the digital world we live in, there is no pixel who thinks they’re better than any other pixel.” The audio of the video clip is a short track created by using glitch/noise music as a base. Each clip is 10 seconds long and has an aspect ratio of 9:16.
a painting of a woman's face with orange eyes
Pablo Picasso (Portrait of a Woman) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Glitch Noise Portraits series is a collection of clips created from images - portraits and self-portraits in particular - that have been borrowed from historical works of art, photography and mass media. The images are manipulated through computer graphics in order to highlight their flat, ephemeral digital nature. If we dig deep into these images, we discover that they are made of many pixels, all of which are equal and interchangeable - the same pixels that conceptual artist Lawrence Weiner talked about in a 2012 interview: “In the digital world we live in, there is no pixel who thinks they’re better than any other pixel.” The audio of the video clip is a short track created by using glitch/noise music as a base. Each clip is 10 seconds long and has an aspect ratio of 9:16.
a painting of a woman with blue eyes and a red hat on her head, holding a black cat
Egon Schiele (Portrait of Wally Neuzi) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Glitch Noise Portraits series is a collection of clips created from images - portraits and self-portraits in particular - that have been borrowed from historical works of art, photography and mass media. The images are manipulated through computer graphics in order to highlight their flat, ephemeral digital nature. If we dig deep into these images, we discover that they are made of many pixels, all of which are equal and interchangeable - the same pixels that conceptual artist Lawrence Weiner talked about in a 2012 interview: “In the digital world we live in, there is no pixel who thinks they’re better than any other pixel.” The audio of the video clip is a short track created by using glitch/noise music as a base. Each clip is 10 seconds long and has an aspect ratio of 9:16.
a painting of a woman with red hair
Emil Nolde (Portrait of a Woman) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Glitch Noise Portraits series is a collection of clips created from images - portraits and self-portraits in particular - that have been borrowed from historical works of art, photography and mass media. The images are manipulated through computer graphics in order to highlight their flat, ephemeral digital nature. If we dig deep into these images, we discover that they are made of many pixels, all of which are equal and interchangeable - the same pixels that conceptual artist Lawrence Weiner talked about in a 2012 interview: “In the digital world we live in, there is no pixel who thinks they’re better than any other pixel.” The audio of the video clip is a short track created by using glitch/noise music as a base. Each clip is 10 seconds long and has an aspect ratio of 9:16.
an oil painting of a man's face with brown hair and blue eyes, smiling
Richard Gerstl (Self-Portrait) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Glitch Noise Portraits series is a collection of clips created from images - portraits and self-portraits in particular - that have been borrowed from historical works of art, photography and mass media. The images are manipulated through computer graphics in order to highlight their flat, ephemeral digital nature. If we dig deep into these images, we discover that they are made of many pixels, all of which are equal and interchangeable - the same pixels that conceptual artist Lawrence Weiner talked about in a 2012 interview: “In the digital world we live in, there is no pixel who thinks they’re better than any other pixel.” The audio of the video clip is a short track created by using glitch/noise music as a base. Each clip is 10 seconds long and has an aspect ratio of 9:16.
an oil painting of a woman's face with black hair and blue eyes on yellow background
Henri Matisse (Portrait of Lorette) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Glitch Noise Portraits series is a collection of clips created from images - portraits and self-portraits in particular - that have been borrowed from historical works of art, photography and mass media. The images are manipulated through computer graphics in order to highlight their flat, ephemeral digital nature. If we dig deep into these images, we discover that they are made of many pixels, all of which are equal and interchangeable - the same pixels that conceptual artist Lawrence Weiner talked about in a 2012 interview: “In the digital world we live in, there is no pixel who thinks they’re better than any other pixel.” The audio of the video clip is a short track created by using glitch/noise music as a base. Each clip is 10 seconds long and has an aspect ratio of 9:16.
a painting of a man holding a black cat
Frida Kahlo (Self-Portrait with Monkey) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Glitch Noise Portraits series is a collection of clips created from images - portraits and self-portraits in particular - that have been borrowed from historical works of art, photography and mass media. The images are manipulated through computer graphics in order to highlight their flat, ephemeral digital nature. If we dig deep into these images, we discover that they are made of many pixels, all of which are equal and interchangeable - the same pixels that conceptual artist Lawrence Weiner talked about in a 2012 interview: “In the digital world we live in, there is no pixel who thinks they’re better than any other pixel.” The audio of the video clip is a short track created by using glitch/noise music as a base. Each clip is 10 seconds long and has an aspect ratio of 9:16.
an oil painting of a woman's face with black hair and earrings on her head
André Derain (Portrait de Madame Francis Carco) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Glitch Noise Portraits series is a collection of clips created from images - portraits and self-portraits in particular - that have been borrowed from historical works of art, photography and mass media. The images are manipulated through computer graphics in order to highlight their flat, ephemeral digital nature. If we dig deep into these images, we discover that they are made of many pixels, all of which are equal and interchangeable - the same pixels that conceptual artist Lawrence Weiner talked about in a 2012 interview: “In the digital world we live in, there is no pixel who thinks they’re better than any other pixel.” The audio of the video clip is a short track created by using glitch/noise music as a base. Each clip is 10 seconds long and has an aspect ratio of 9:16.
a painting of a woman holding a violin in her right hand and looking at the camera
Antonietta Raphael Mafai (Self-Portrait with Violin) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Glitch Noise Portraits series is a collection of clips created from images - portraits and self-portraits in particular - that have been borrowed from historical works of art, photography and mass media. The images are manipulated through computer graphics in order to highlight their flat, ephemeral digital nature. If we dig deep into these images, we discover that they are made of many pixels, all of which are equal and interchangeable - the same pixels that conceptual artist Lawrence Weiner talked about in a 2012 interview: “In the digital world we live in, there is no pixel who thinks they’re better than any other pixel.” The audio of the video clip is a short track created by using glitch/noise music as a base. Each clip is 10 seconds long and has an aspect ratio of 9:16.
a painting of a man wearing a black hat and blue shirt with his eyes closed
Moise Kisling (Portrait of Renee Kisling) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Glitch Noise Portraits series is a collection of clips created from images - portraits and self-portraits in particular - that have been borrowed from historical works of art, photography and mass media. The images are manipulated through computer graphics in order to highlight their flat, ephemeral digital nature. If we dig deep into these images, we discover that they are made of many pixels, all of which are equal and interchangeable - the same pixels that conceptual artist Lawrence Weiner talked about in a 2012 interview: “In the digital world we live in, there is no pixel who thinks they’re better than any other pixel.” The audio of the video clip is a short track created by using glitch/noise music as a base. Each clip is 10 seconds long and has an aspect ratio of 9:16.
a painting of a man with his hand on his chin
Giorgio de Chirico (Self-Portrait) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Glitch Noise Portraits series is a collection of clips created from images - portraits and self-portraits in particular - that have been borrowed from historical works of art, photography and mass media. The images are manipulated through computer graphics in order to highlight their flat, ephemeral digital nature. If we dig deep into these images, we discover that they are made of many pixels, all of which are equal and interchangeable - the same pixels that conceptual artist Lawrence Weiner talked about in a 2012 interview: “In the digital world we live in, there is no pixel who thinks they’re better than any other pixel.” The audio of the video clip is a short track created by using glitch/noise music as a base. Each clip is 10 seconds long and has an aspect ratio of 9:16.
a painting of a man in a suit and tie with blue eyes, wearing a red bow tie
Kazimir Malevich (Self-Portrait) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Glitch Noise Portraits series is a collection of clips created from images - portraits and self-portraits in particular - that have been borrowed from historical works of art, photography and mass media. The images are manipulated through computer graphics in order to highlight their flat, ephemeral digital nature. If we dig deep into these images, we discover that they are made of many pixels, all of which are equal and interchangeable - the same pixels that conceptual artist Lawrence Weiner talked about in a 2012 interview: “In the digital world we live in, there is no pixel who thinks they’re better than any other pixel.” The audio of the video clip is a short track created by using glitch/noise music as a base. Each clip is 10 seconds long and has an aspect ratio of 9:16.
a painting of a woman with flowers in her hair
Paula Modersohn-Becker (Self-Portrait with Two Flowers) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Glitch Noise Portraits series is a collection of clips created from images - portraits and self-portraits in particular - that have been borrowed from historical works of art, photography and mass media. The images are manipulated through computer graphics in order to highlight their flat, ephemeral digital nature. If we dig deep into these images, we discover that they are made of many pixels, all of which are equal and interchangeable - the same pixels that conceptual artist Lawrence Weiner talked about in a 2012 interview: “In the digital world we live in, there is no pixel who thinks they’re better than any other pixel.” The audio of the video clip is a short track created by using glitch/noise music as a base. Each clip is 10 seconds long and has an aspect ratio of 9:16.
a painting of a woman's face with brown hair and blue collared shirt
Charlotte Salomon (Self-Portrait) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Glitch Noise Portraits series is a collection of clips created from images - portraits and self-portraits in particular - that have been borrowed from historical works of art, photography and mass media. The images are manipulated through computer graphics in order to highlight their flat, ephemeral digital nature. If we dig deep into these images, we discover that they are made of many pixels, all of which are equal and interchangeable - the same pixels that conceptual artist Lawrence Weiner talked about in a 2012 interview: “In the digital world we live in, there is no pixel who thinks they’re better than any other pixel.” The audio of the video clip is a short track created by using glitch/noise music as a base. Each clip is 10 seconds long and has an aspect ratio of 9:16.
a painting of a woman with blue eyes
André Derain (Portrait of a Woman) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Glitch Noise Portraits series is a collection of clips created from images - portraits and self-portraits in particular - that have been borrowed from historical works of art, photography and mass media. The images are manipulated through computer graphics in order to highlight their flat, ephemeral digital nature. If we dig deep into these images, we discover that they are made of many pixels, all of which are equal and interchangeable - the same pixels that conceptual artist Lawrence Weiner talked about in a 2012 interview: “In the digital world we live in, there is no pixel who thinks they’re better than any other pixel.” The audio of the video clip is a short track created by using glitch/noise music as a base. Each clip is 10 seconds long and has an aspect ratio of 9:16.
a painting of a man in a suit and tie
Christopher Wood (Self-Portrait) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Glitch Noise Portraits series is a collection of clips created from images - portraits and self-portraits in particular - that have been borrowed from historical works of art, photography and mass media. The images are manipulated through computer graphics in order to highlight their flat, ephemeral digital nature. If we dig deep into these images, we discover that they are made of many pixels, all of which are equal and interchangeable - the same pixels that conceptual artist Lawrence Weiner talked about in a 2012 interview: “In the digital world we live in, there is no pixel who thinks they’re better than any other pixel.” The audio of the video clip is a short track created by using glitch/noise music as a base. Each clip is 10 seconds long and has an aspect ratio of 9:16.
a painting of a woman with black hair
Christian Schad (Maika) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Glitch Noise Portraits series is a collection of clips created from images - portraits and self-portraits in particular - that have been borrowed from historical works of art, photography and mass media. The images are manipulated through computer graphics in order to highlight their flat, ephemeral digital nature. If we dig deep into these images, we discover that they are made of many pixels, all of which are equal and interchangeable - the same pixels that conceptual artist Lawrence Weiner talked about in a 2012 interview: “In the digital world we live in, there is no pixel who thinks they’re better than any other pixel.” The audio of the video clip is a short track created by using glitch/noise music as a base. Each clip is 10 seconds long and has an aspect ratio of 9:16.
a painting of a man's face with hair on top of his head and chest
Egon Schiele (Self-Portrait) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Glitch Noise Portraits series is a collection of clips created from images - portraits and self-portraits in particular - that have been borrowed from historical works of art, photography and mass media. The images are manipulated through computer graphics in order to highlight their flat, ephemeral digital nature. If we dig deep into these images, we discover that they are made of many pixels, all of which are equal and interchangeable - the same pixels that conceptual artist Lawrence Weiner talked about in a 2012 interview: “In the digital world we live in, there is no pixel who thinks they’re better than any other pixel.” The audio of the video clip is a short track created by using glitch/noise music as a base. Each clip is 10 seconds long and has an aspect ratio of 9:16.
a painting of a woman's face with black hair
Henri Matisse (The Amber Necklace) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Glitch Noise Portraits series is a collection of clips created from images - portraits and self-portraits in particular - that have been borrowed from historical works of art, photography and mass media. The images are manipulated through computer graphics in order to highlight their flat, ephemeral digital nature. If we dig deep into these images, we discover that they are made of many pixels, all of which are equal and interchangeable - the same pixels that conceptual artist Lawrence Weiner talked about in a 2012 interview: “In the digital world we live in, there is no pixel who thinks they’re better than any other pixel.” The audio of the video clip is a short track created by using glitch/noise music as a base. Each clip is 10 seconds long and has an aspect ratio of 9:16.
an oil painting of a man's face with black hair and mustaches on it
Chaïm Soutine (Portrait of Emile Lejeune) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Glitch Noise Portraits series is a collection of clips created from images - portraits and self-portraits in particular - that have been borrowed from historical works of art, photography and mass media. The images are manipulated through computer graphics in order to highlight their flat, ephemeral digital nature. If we dig deep into these images, we discover that they are made of many pixels, all of which are equal and interchangeable - the same pixels that conceptual artist Lawrence Weiner talked about in a 2012 interview: “In the digital world we live in, there is no pixel who thinks they’re better than any other pixel.” The audio of the video clip is a short track created by using glitch/noise music as a base. Each clip is 10 seconds long and has an aspect ratio of 9:16.
a painting of a woman with black hair and blue eyes
Luigi Russolo (Portrait of Lina Zaquini) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Glitch Noise Portraits series is a collection of clips created from images - portraits and self-portraits in particular - that have been borrowed from historical works of art, photography and mass media. The images are manipulated through computer graphics in order to highlight their flat, ephemeral digital nature. If we dig deep into these images, we discover that they are made of many pixels, all of which are equal and interchangeable - the same pixels that conceptual artist Lawrence Weiner talked about in a 2012 interview: “In the digital world we live in, there is no pixel who thinks they’re better than any other pixel.” The audio of the video clip is a short track created by using glitch/noise music as a base. Each clip is 10 seconds long and has an aspect ratio of 9:16.
an oil painting of a man with a mustache
Antonio Ligabue (Self-Portrait) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Glitch Noise Portraits series is a collection of clips created from images - portraits and self-portraits in particular - that have been borrowed from historical works of art, photography and mass media. The images are manipulated through computer graphics in order to highlight their flat, ephemeral digital nature. If we dig deep into these images, we discover that they are made of many pixels, all of which are equal and interchangeable - the same pixels that conceptual artist Lawrence Weiner talked about in a 2012 interview: “In the digital world we live in, there is no pixel who thinks they’re better than any other pixel.” The audio of the video clip is a short track created by using glitch/noise music as a base. Each clip is 10 seconds long and has an aspect ratio of 9:16.
The Glitch Noise Portraits series is a collection of clips created from images - portraits and self-portraits in particular - that have been borrowed from historical works of art, photography and mass media. The images are manipulated through computer graphics in order to highlight their flat, ephemeral digital nature. If we dig deep into these images, we discover that they are made of many pixels, all of which are equal and interchangeable - the same pixels that conceptual artist Lawrence Weiner talked about in a 2012 interview: “In the digital world we live in, there is no pixel who thinks they’re better than any other pixel.” The audio of the video clip is a short track created by using glitch/noise music as a base. Each clip is 10 seconds long and has an aspect ratio of 9:16.
Roger Raveel (Self-Portrait with Cigarette) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Glitch Noise Portraits series is a collection of clips created from images - portraits and self-portraits in particular - that have been borrowed from historical works of art, photography and mass media. The images are manipulated through computer graphics in order to highlight their flat, ephemeral digital nature. If we dig deep into these images, we discover that they are made of many pixels, all of which are equal and interchangeable - the same pixels that conceptual artist Lawrence Weiner talked about in a 2012 interview: “In the digital world we live in, there is no pixel who thinks they’re better than any other pixel.” The audio of the video clip is a short track created by using glitch/noise music as a base. Each clip is 10 seconds long and has an aspect ratio of 9:16.
a painting of a woman with green eyes
Amedeo Modigliani (Portrait of Paul Guillaume) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Glitch Noise Portraits series is a collection of clips created from images - portraits and self-portraits in particular - that have been borrowed from historical works of art, photography and mass media. The images are manipulated through computer graphics in order to highlight their flat, ephemeral digital nature. If we dig deep into these images, we discover that they are made of many pixels, all of which are equal and interchangeable - the same pixels that conceptual artist Lawrence Weiner talked about in a 2012 interview: “In the digital world we live in, there is no pixel who thinks they’re better than any other pixel.” The audio of the video clip is a short track created by using glitch/noise music as a base. Each clip is 10 seconds long and has an aspect ratio of 9:16.
a painting of a man wearing a yellow hat
Ernst Ludwig Kirchner (Self-Portrait) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Glitch Noise Portraits series is a collection of clips created from images - portraits and self-portraits in particular - that have been borrowed from historical works of art, photography and mass media. The images are manipulated through computer graphics in order to highlight their flat, ephemeral digital nature. If we dig deep into these images, we discover that they are made of many pixels, all of which are equal and interchangeable - the same pixels that conceptual artist Lawrence Weiner talked about in a 2012 interview: “In the digital world we live in, there is no pixel who thinks they’re better than any other pixel.” The audio of the video clip is a short track created by using glitch/noise music as a base. Each clip is 10 seconds long and has an aspect ratio of 9:16.
a painting of a young boy with blue eyes
James Ensor (The Woman with the Wipes) – Dario Quaranta Neropop
The Glitch Noise Portraits series is a collection of clips created from images - portraits and self-portraits in particular - that have been borrowed from historical works of art, photography and mass media. The images are manipulated through computer graphics in order to highlight their flat, ephemeral digital nature. If we dig deep into these images, we discover that they are made of many pixels, all of which are equal and interchangeable - the same pixels that conceptual artist Lawrence Weiner talked about in a 2012 interview: “In the digital world we live in, there is no pixel who thinks they’re better than any other pixel.” The audio of the video clip is a short track created by using glitch/noise music as a base. Each clip is 10 seconds long and has an aspect ratio of 9:16.