The presence of the digital world captures real life. Social networks are the new places to meet and operate in, pornography sites and dating platforms have become the convenient way to meet our social niceties. We track our bodies functions during sleep, purchase material goods and communicate through a digital platform.
The digitized world has become reality as companies market their products for a 21st century consumer.
What if we change the roots of reality – it’s code? Coded image manipulation can lead to serious damage of the original, called ‘the glitch’. Any change in the code produces a new glitch on canvas.
Glitch à la card
2016.10.14 – 2016.11.25
Zum schwarzen Schaf / Vienna, Austria
Das Werk auf Sommerfrische
2016.09.02 – 2016.10.02
Deutschvilla / Strobl, Austria
Kunst am Kanal
2016.08.12 – 2016.08.15
Kunst und Kulturzentrum Werk / Vienna, Austria
2015.12.04 – NOW
Schwelle 7 / Vienna, Austria
2015.07.02 – 2015.07.09
Glitch on Canvas, paintings
Nest Agentur – Zwischennutzung Bank Austria / 1090 Vienna, Austria
World Book Design 2012-13
The Rush-Syndrome Printing Museum, Tokyo
Die Schönsten Bücher Österreich
Das Eilsyndrom (The Rush-Syndrome)
Vienna, London, Amsterdam, Leipzig
Malereiausstellung der Meisterschule
Novomatic Forum / 1010 Vienna
diploma project: The Rush-Syndrome
Spurensuche Sibiu – Wien
Video, book design, prints
MQ Designforum, Vienna
Litto is a visual artist based in Vienna, Austria. She has her master’s in Business Administration and studied her true passion Communication Design. After years of experience crafting her skills as a User Experience and Web Designer, she pursued her passion full time in art.
She plays with different mediums from digital to analogue. In most of her current work she uses this RGB color palette as a reference of our digitalized world. Glitch and errors are her inspiration.