Phillip Stearns’ glitch textiles are the result of “transcoding glitches in the cold, hard logic of digital circuits into soft, warm textiles. I wanted to find ways to give digital and computer-generated images life beyond the screen.” The design for this cotton throw was created by manually short circuiting a low-resolution digital camera, then made using computerized weaving and knitting machinery.
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