Interpretations of Reality is a zine – made in a day – that shows the journey of a pixel and how it can be mutated through different ways of manipulating it, specifically through glitch art. What is presented is the simple manipulation of the cover image over twelve pages.
In my never-ending quest to explore glitch art off the screen, what then intrigued me was how I could print this. I then had the idea to print these images onto of printed material. In this way we see how glitches can alter our perception of already existing media. Does it add to or detract from the original intent or is it even noticeable? To pay homage to zine culture I’ve use pages from some of the zines that I’ve collected over the years as well as found papers that have been clogging up my inbox.