Glitch Project

Glitch Project 2023

Collaborative art performance project with Geon Kim

7min 30sec

Performance on 28th March and 21st April, 2023
Studio 1 in Kunst Uni Linz

Glitch‘ refers to the unintended errors or mistakes that occur due to collisions between systems.

As foreigners based in Austria, many people often see us as beings like ‘glitches‘ within Europe.

However, when we think more broadly and deeply, ‘glitch‘ can be anything that deviates from the norm. For example, minority races or sexual identities can also be considered ‘glitches‘, and more broadly, everyone may have something within themselves that could be a ‘glitch‘. Generally, these glitches are considered negative, but we can see glitch art, where glitches are easily made into art.

Our performance can be considered a form of glitch art. Through this performance, we intend to no longer view these glitches as negative, but instead accept them as something that can be an art form.

Trailer_ 2023
camera Woonji Im
Assistant Younggon Kim

M.M.M (Mask Mouth Mouse)

M.M.M.(Mask Mouth Mouse) 2023

Posted on the indie fame website

St.Interface Day artwork 16.Dec.2022

A mouse clicking game & Arduino based wearable interactive artwork
size 15 x 15 x 10 cm
Photo model_ Woonji Im

‘M.M.M’ is short for ‘Mask Mouth Mouse’. (Doesn’t matter which ‘M’ comes first)
This game is a simple mouse click game.

1. Try to avoid the barriers.
2. Click the candy.
3. Congratulations! And press ‘a’ to restart.

But to truly enjoy the game, you need a special mouse, not a mouse next you. Look at this mouse!

The 3D print mask is the main frame of the mouse. The normal mouse is set to the mask near the mouth position. Well, you can already guess. Just move the mouse pointer with your tongue. For the hygiene purposes, you can add a film to the laser tracking part of mouse and change it every time.

This red cable microphone sensor is for the clicking, and you can click whenever you make any sound. 

You can check this small LED for the mouse clicks.

 The black box is the home of Arduino. You don’t need to connect the mouse cable to your computer because it’s made with a Bluetooth mouse. But it needs power. So, I connect Arduino to the external battery. Then, you can move in Bluetooth area while moving the mouse pointer with your tongue without using your hands.