"I am mostly homebound from illness (CFS/ME) and my access to 'subject matter' is limited. So it has been really nice to be able to make art with photographs I've already taken. I started doing this about a month ago, after reading a book in which the narrator is a glitch artist. Before that, I hadn't heard of glitch art.
While a lot of glitch art is 'disruptive' and intentional and I would say often productively disturbing, I prefer to make botanical glitch art that isn't disruptive in those ways. I am more inteerested in mood and color and texture and the act of exploration and play."
Dov Zeller is a writer, photographer, and artist who lives in western MA. Before becoming homebound with CFS/ME he loved learning about local flora and fauna. He now enjoys taking photos of whatever wildlife he comes into contact with. His novel The Right Thing to Do at the Time was published in March of this year and another, Book of Hats, will be out in June.