I just came across a 2016 book called Glitch Art in Theory and Practice by Michael Betancour. The book looks like this:
The book seems to have at least part of a chapter that deals with a 2 1/2 minute video called Digital TV Dinner. This video is, basically, a recording of an Astrocade not-turning on correctly. We've all seen this... I had no idea that it was art. Yeah, I know, anything can be art if we just agree on it. Or, even if we don't agree.
Here is a link to the release of Glitch Art in Theory and Practice:
Here's a link to the Digital TV Dinner video on YouTube:
A large portion of the book seems to be available to read on Google Books, here:
I'm semi-curious to read the book, but at about $60 for 150 pages... that's pretty steep for me.
The Astrocade doesn't get much press, so it figures that it would get attention for freaking out (something that it excels at doing on a regular basis)!