by Daniel Purvis in New Photography on Tuesday 25 June 2013

When your digital camera brakes and, instead of holiday snaps begins producing glorious lines of incomprehensible colour, do you discard the camera or celebrate its imperfection? Year of the Glitch, by Phillip Stearns, provides 365 days of fractured images exploring glitch art through a broad range of techniques, from the manipulation of code to the soldering of motherboards. A recent Kickstarter project turned a series of glitches into Dutch woven wallhanging tapestries and rugs.