This essay explores how the glitch disrupts our digital reality and makes us experience it in a different way. It proposes that the glitch possesses the potential to be translated from a 2D screen-based phenomena into a space that can be inhabited by people. Using Twiggy, a building by Architecten De Vylder Vinck Taillieu, as its cases study, the essay discusses the glitch as a different type of deconstructivist architecture, perennially on the edge of deconstruction and completion.
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