Glitch is anit-establisment and anti cookie-cutter-existence, produced from models and systems of control.
Glitch opposes sameness, and strives to attack maximum efficiency, which is the ultimate goal in the production of goods in a capitalist society. The occurrence of a Glitch reveals a power struggle between the scenarios of us being in control, and us being controlled by mass media consumerism.
While the system is opaque and transparent at the same time, the Glitch deconstructs it along the lines of its weaknesses and reassembles the remains. The system is opaque because very few people understand it in its entirety, and it is transparent because it aims to assimilate into he the background of everyday existence without having its presence obvious. Both computer and financial systems are opaque, and both are transparent unless something goes wrong.