For 'Destruction,' Berlin-based photographer Polina Efremova actually ran digital video through an old PC.
Mike Pelletier's animations started from motion capture sequences, but morphed into something way creepier.
Even electronic music production becomes abstract art in Justin Hibbs' 'Alias_Re_Covered' exhibition.
"I stopped when I ran out of RAM and deleted the project file in a fit of computer rage," says director Nic Hamilton of his sixth music video for the UK electronic artist.
Wrap your head around Australian sculptor Paul Kaptein's warped busts, 'The Knowing' and 'The Unknowing.'
Kenaim Alshatti describes his psychedelic, molten lava-esque GIFs as "motion fantasies."
Here's how Brooklyn-based artist Zach Nader turns movies and ads into gorgeous glitchy forms.
With his mesmerizing GIFs, digital media artist James Proctor lays down a virtual map of a mind in flux.
By editing image files in sound editing software Audacity, Masuma Ahuja and Denise Lu have turned travel photography into awesome glitch art.
The very old, very dead gaming computer is very much alive in the artworks of online fan communities.
Illustrators Jordan Rosenberg and Iasmin Omar Ata create the ultimate ode to messed-up Nintendo code.
Grainy, greyscale graphics, from the glitch gods over at BRDG.