Here's How a Glitchy Computer Screen Can Turn Into Art

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Artist Norimichi Hirakawa's video sculpture The Indivisible (Prototype No. 1) turns computer glitches into art. The installation involves a series of large screens displaying a fast-flowing stream of colorful pixels set to a soundtrack of white noise. It was presented as part of the 2015 Today Arts Japan Festival.

Watch it in action below. (via The Creators Project)

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