The Glitchbrowser is a joint collaborative artwork developed between Dimitre Lima, Tony Scott and Iman Moradi for New Langton Arts, San Francisco.
You enter a site and it reloads the page distorting all the images. It is amazingly pleasing when you know it is going to do it, something I’m not sure you’d be too happy about if you didn’t.
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