Cross-readings along the axes of exists:
Here noise exists within the void opposite to what (already) has a meaning.
Noise thus exists as a paradox; while it is often negatively defined, it is also a positive, generative quality (that is present in any communication medium).
But somewhere within the destructed ruins of meaning hope exists; a triumphal sensation that there is something more than just devastation.
This is because glitch art exists within different systems; for instance the system of production and the system of reception.
In the acousmatic videoscape synesthesia exists not just as a metaphor for transcoding one medium upon another (with a new algorithm), but as a conceptually driven meeting of the visual and the sonic within the newly uncovered quadrants of technology.
The 3D Additivist Manifesto [EN] (2015)
19 Life exists only in action.
Mother loves her kids, although she sometimes gets angry, but anger blows over quickly and even while it exists, doesn't preclude love and basic acceptance.
There now exists a wealth of data which, if sorted out and correlated, would reveal the cure for cancer and several other diseases and possibly the key to life itself.
SCUM will keep on destroying, looting, fucking-up and killing until the money-work system no longer exists and automation is completely instituted or until enough women co-operate with SCUM to make violence unnecessary to achieve these goals, that is, until enough women either unwork or quit work, start looting, leave men and refuse to obey all laws inappropriate to a truly civilized society.
Also specific to Glitch Manifesto [EN] (2009):
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