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Benjamin Gaulon aka Recyclism — Dublin, Ireland

"A distinction should made between analog and digital glitch. Analog glitch is the result of electrical fluctuations, malfunctions or short circuits (as in circuit bending). Digital glitch, on the other hand, is a way of seeing the code behind a document."

When you read about “glitch” in its design sense, you are more than likely to come across the name Benjamin Gaulon. During his time at the Frank Mohr Institute, he developed several high-profile projects, including de Pong Game, the Recycling Entertainment System, The PrintBall and Corrupt. After graduation, Gaulon led D.A.T.A (the Dublin Art and Technology Association) and co-founded the Irish Museum of Contemporary Art (IMOCA) in 2007. Gaulon currently lives in Dublin with his wife and daughter.

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