Belfast Exposed


5th Oct - 28th Oct

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21st May - 22nd May

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4th May - 20th May

Coronation Generation 2023

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Glitch Art Workshop, inspired by Thomas Albdorf



29th June 2022


11:00 - 17:00


Belfast Exposed



About The Event

Inspired by the work of Thomas Albdorf currently on display in Gallery I, Belfast Exposed is hosting a unique workshop in glitch art with Belfast based artist Paul Moore.

In this exclusive, one day course, you will learn the basics of glitch image manipulations, which involves the distortion and breakdown of images to produce a new form of visual art, created via digital glitches or errors. Using methods such as Databending and Sonicfication, you will see how image files can be compressed and read through various digital programmes to produce new works of art.

About the artist

Paul Moore is a Belfast based artist who works in ‘Incorrect Process’. He works to exploit the breakdown of information and produce work in the form of  glitch art, visual art that involves or is caused by digital glitches or errors. Moore is based in Belfast after graduating from the Ma in Art Research and Collaboration from Dún Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology.

More info

You can learn more about the work of Thomas Albdorf, which inspired this workshop, here.

For more information and to secure a ticket, contact Conor at

Alternatively, you can also book via the workshop's Eventbrite page here.