Some contributions succeed in describing this context, with its social and architectural problematic, and revealing some of the most interesting projects of the modern masters. Some others show as a disenchanted look at its territorial, architectural and social resources, can lay the foundations for an architecture and urban planning once again Brazilian and able to relate with the social context, contributing to its development without pain.
Glitch, defined for the first time in 1965 as an irritating disturbance by Time Magazine, refers to an unexpected result of a malfunction. Even though this term is mostly used in the computing and electronics industries, it has recently been adopted by the creative disciplines too (glitch art and glitch music).
Starting from these analysis, this issue of Burrasca #03 Glitch, investigates the use of glitch in architecture; both as an aesthetic effect (a certain kind of artistic object in which colors and shapes loose a coherent formal whole) and as a technique: a tool enabling the introduction of mistakes in a process, whether it is analogical or digital.
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