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TeletextRtists feature in ‘Glitch’ exhibition opening today

Glitch promo

Glitch promo

A new exhibition featuring teletext art opens in Wigan today. Curated by MA Fine Art student Chel Logan, The Aesthetics of Failure showcases a variety of multimedia artworks responding to the theme of ‘glitch’.

Among the pieces on display at the Old Courts Isherwood Gallery is an installation by ‘the Teletextrtists’. This teletext miniservice features the talents of prominent text mode artists Paul Rose, Steve Horsley, Raquel Meyers, ‘Carlos’ Attrill, Dan Farrimond, Jellica, Peter Kwan, Beeblepete, Jason Robertson, Polyducks and Andy Jenkinson.

The exhibition runs from Friday 21 April to Sunday 30 April 2017, with a Public View/Closing Party on the evening of Friday 28 April (7-9pm). Entrance to both the gallery and public view is free, and you can find more information on getting to the venue here, or full information on this event here.

Glitch exhibition catalogue

Copies of the exhibition catalogue –complete with genuine ISBN– will be available at the Old Courts for a limited time only.

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