Mohammad-Ali Famori is an award-winning multidisciplinary artist who has exhibited his art in 28 international exhibitions, and Majlesipour is a graphic designer and pioneer glitch artist, who has previously held the first solo glitch art exhibition in Iran.

Reza Famori is an experienced photographer and art director who has participated in and curated many exhibitions in his career and has been collaborating with many well-known brands.

The first week of the exhibition opened on December 25, 2020, and ran for 11 weeks by exhibiting excellent works by 27 Iranian and international glitch artists who were meticulously selected.

In this exhibition, 27 glitch artists create works to identify the value and identity of pixels, so that they can force the pixel language in our minds to reread.

During the 11-week exhibition, every Friday, the artworks of two artists will be exhibited for seven days.

Platform 101, an independent, non-profit, artistic institution with a focus on digital arts, in collaboration with Art Researcher and Famori Studio, has presented a new meaning of glitch video art to the audience.

Glitch is a genre in visual art that has the potential to become a tangible language for all human beings to reach a single concept of digital art.

In art, glitch is a discourse that confirms movement from the whole to the part, and consequently from the part to the whole.

Works by Abarca, Arash Masoum, Arezou Ramezani, Behrouz Farahani, Diyu Fang, Elnaz Mohammadi, Erfan Ashourian, Francesco Corvi, Franco Palioff, Golnaz Behrouznia, Hossein Pouresmeil, Mohammad-Ali Famori, Nazila Karimi, Neda Dastafkan, Nikzad Arabshahi, Nima Mansoury, Parisa Pakzamir, Parnian Donyari, Reza Famori, Razieh Kooshki, Sabato Vissconti, Sadeq Majlesipour, Shalala Salamzadeh, Sina Kiadaliri, Shahab Shahali, Suture, and Vahid Qaderi will be displayed in the exhibition.

Source: Iran Daily