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//////////////////////////Biography ‎Roͬͬ͠͠͡͠͠͠͠͠͠͠͠sͬͬ͠͠͠͠͠͠͠͠͠aͬͬ͠͠͠͠͠͠͠ Menkman
»ЯOSΛ MEИKMΛN (CV one page Every technology possesses its own inherent accidents. 

Rosa Menkman is an artist and theorist who focuses on visual noise artifacts, resulting from accidents in both analogue and digital media (such as glitch, encoding and feedback artifacts). Although many people perceive these accidents as negative experiences, Menkman emphasizes their positive consequences: these artifacts facilitate an important insight into the otherwise obscure alchemy of standardization via resolutions: the creation of solutions or protocols, and their black-boxed, unseen, forgotten or obfuscated compromises and alternative possibilities. 

In 2011 Menkman wrote the Glitch Moment/um, a book on the exploitation and popularization of glitch artifacts (published by the Institute of Network Cultures), co-facilitated the GLI.TC/H  festivals in both Chicago and Amsterdam and curated the Aesthetics symposium of Transmediale 2012. Since 2012 Menkman has been curating exhibitions that intend to illuminate the different ecologies of glitch (filtering failure, glitch genealogies, glitch moment/ums). In 2015 Menkman started the institutions for Resolution Disputes [iRD], during her solo show at Transfer Gallery New York. The iRD are institutions dedicated to researching the interests of anti-utopic, lost and unseen or simply "too good to be implemented" resolutions. Menkman is also pursuing a PhD at Goldsmiths, London under the supervision of Matthew Fuller and Geert Lovink. 

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Since 2007 I have been created performances and static work, such as  the “Vernacular of File Formats" and my “Acousmatic Videoscapes”, in which I connect both sound and video artifacts conceptually, technically and narratively. Other main art works of mine are the Collapse of PAL and Xilitla
Right now I am interested in considering alternative ways for performative lecturing. By combining both my practical as well as academic background, I intend to merge my practice into a grand theory artifacts (study of glitch ecologies) as a case study of my resolution studies. 


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|||I|I|I|II|I||| Rosa Menkman will tweak out with headliner Eat Rabbit, projecting a rapid-fire pixelated overload reminiscent of a Chris Cunningham Nintendo Nightmare. Time Out New York (17/12/09)
 
|||I|I|I|II|I||| Our best machines are made of sunshine; they are all light and clean because they are nothing but signals, electromagnetic waves, a section of a spectrum. Haraway, Donna. “A Manifesto for Cyborgs” 1985.


|||I|I|I|II|I||| What’s in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet Shakespeare 1594Interviews: TCTD / Klik Magazine / Nisimazine / Radio Fro / Vague Terrain / Dinca / MUBI / BITSYNTHESIS  / Rhizome  / CREATE DIGITAL MOTION
presentations: Les valenciennes, TEDxUtrecht, Society of the Query

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