|Alma mater||Concordia University, Montreal|
|Known for||Media art|
Mathieu St-Pierre is a Canadian experimental visual artist, specialising the fields of video art and photography, but specifically in glitch art. St-Pierre's passion for experimentation within a multitude of video manipulations stemmed from a lifelong passion of cinema. Since, he has refined his passion for visual art to focus on the creative medium of digital glitches and generative art.
After graduating, St. Pierre returned to South Korea in 2006. His exhibition “100dpi.” was shown at the Gahoedong 60 Gallery in Seoul in 2015. Regarding this exhibition, St-Pierre reiterated that the creation of his work is a matter of trial and error. St-Pierre's “100dpi.” was made without an underlying subject in mind, but through gradual distortion critically observes 'the perversions of the Internet'.
St-Pierre's series 'Melting Ice Cream' (2012) found the artist experimenting with the video editing program Sony Vegas. St-Pierre superimposed HD videos of his subject onto previously glitched material and by testing various parameters was able to achieve a variety of rich colours and wave shaped patterns that creates a new narrative for memory.
Glitch Artist Collective (GAC)
St-Pierre was responsible for forming the Facebook group, Glitch Artists Collective, which has over 50,000 members. It is the largest Glitch Artists community ever created and houses sub-communities for Glitch music and technical support for other artists.
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