"the most fragile TV ever"
that's a small CRT monitor. it was originally a camcorder viewfinder.
this concoction built by Karl Klomp (who made the concept of "Dirty Mixer" popular) actually worked, if very briefly.
there's a video:
although was trying to prevent it, I really like the flicking artifacts caused by PALs phase alternating lines
excerpt from a (rare) live a/v performance at my flat a few weeks ago: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=28QYWKT3sFM
today i am reading about various uninhabited crags of rock in the middle of the ocean that have funny names. my favorite so far is Balls Pyramid, a big rock with nothing on it except for one tea tree bush and a bunch of giant bugs called tree lobsters who apparently live nowhere else in the world except under this one bush
If you havent already been here check out the various projects these people run , Plus Fubar ( biggest and best glitch art festival) https://formatc.hr/
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interested in: electronics, creative code, open source, hack culture, community space, weird&trash cinema, etc
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