Where Glitch Has Been Shown:
Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art
This museum located in Chicago has hosted and event called Glitchicago: An Exhibition of Chicago Glitch Art. In this exhibition they this exhibition takes the work of 22 artists and showcases different forms of glitch art produced through different types of media. The exhibition lasts about two months and features work from all across the globe including different cultures and scenes of glitch art. To make this open the museum includes a portal from which people can submit their own glitch work and have it showcased as well. The website from which they can do this is 0p3nR3p0.net
This gallery is located London and is one that has showcased Glitch Art. They had an Exhibition titled Glitch Moment/ums. In this gallery they showcased works from artists such as Alma Alloro, Melissa Barron, Nick Briz, Benjamin Gaulon, José Irion Neto, Antonio Roberts and Ant Scott. In the particular 2013 gallery that I looked up they showcased about 9 different exhibitions from different artists. They also had an open call to where people could contribute their work.
Hashtag Gallery, Toronto, Ontario
In this gallery, an artist by the name of Shuana Jean Doherty showcased her exhibition titled Two Astronauts in which she showcased a collection of maps and artifacts from Southern Ontario’s foremost young psychonauts, Neal Armstrong and Devon Marinac. She produced glitch work through paintings, photography and collages. She acted as the curator for her own work and basically put on the show herself in the gallery. This exhibition took place July 19 2014.
Eyedrum Art and Music Gallery
On October 24, 2015 this gallery located in Atlanta showcased an exhibition titled Behind the Static where they exhibited Glitch art work collected from submissions that they requested online. On top of showcasing visual art, Eyedrum also had discussions, workshops and performances with reference to glitch art.
LEAP – Lab for Electronic Arts and Performance
This venue located in Berlin hosted and exhibition with work by Rosa Menkman as well as other glitch artists. The exhibition opened on March 19, 2013 and lasted for about 5 days. The exhibition was titled “(Glitch) Art Genealogies”.