What's the Glitch? is the latest work in my series of artworks focused on remixing genre. Whereas most known remix artists are adept at remixing data from different sources in order to create an original "mashup," this series of works focuses on remixing some of the durational, rhetorical and aesthetic effects of specific genres. Earlier works in the series include Immobilité, generally considered the first feature-length film shot entirely on mobile phone (2007) and the Comedy of Errors, a comedy album doubling as an experiment in glitch sound art. In What's the Glitch, the format that is being remixed is an 80's music video. To create the 80s-styled video effects, I turned to what some digital humanities scholars refer to as media archaeology to unearth old analog video synthesizers as well as a custom-built new analog video synthesizer to create my own 1982 music video, albeit one that investigates the atemporal nature of what it means to be a new media artist. The work will premiere in November 2016 in conjunction with my keynote performance at the Glitchy Textures conference at the University of Paris 8.