Acclaimed Spanish artist Felipe Pantone launches a glitch art exhibition at ALICE Gallery in Brussels, Belgium. With 'Excès de Vitesse,' the creative comments on the ever-accelerating tendency of technological development with graffiti, small-scale sculptures and mixed-media artworks. Inspired by connotations, contained in computer glitches and other digital aesthetics, Felipe Pantone chooses to use his artwork to fuse classical modes of communication with contemporary ones.
ALICE Gallery identifies him as "an iconoclastic artist at the forefront of technology." Among the mesmerizing and visually engaging works on display during the glitch art exhibition, there are kinetic sculptures that ultimately rely on the individual's "natural motion to unleash a mind-boggling effect." In incorporating this component into the body of Excès de Vitesse, Felipe Pantone fosters a direct link between creative work and audience, thus submerging the viewer into the glitch art exhibition.