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Signal To Noise Returns To The Museum Of The Moving Image [Event]

Signal To Noise Returns To The Museum Of The Moving Image [Event]

The event activates every area of the museum, immersing attendees in a visual, audio, and interactive experience.

Timothy Ryan, PSFK Labs

Signal to Noise returns to the Museum of the Moving Image in Queens, New York this Saturday night for another late-night party featuring fresh local tunes, visualists, web video showdowns, personally tailored playlists, performed cinema, beats, and more. The event activates every area of the museum, immersing attendees in a visual, audio, and interactive experience.

A preview of what to expect:

The World Series of ‘Tubing issues iPads and laser pointers for an evening-long augmented reality game show, featuring Peter Berkman (Anamanaguchi), Paddy Johnson (Art Fag City), Ryder Ripps (dump.fm), and Ellie Rountree (Rocketboom). Bruce McClure overwhelms the senses with live multi-projector spectacles, and Matt Wellins and Sarah Halpern time warp Ektachrome. The So So Glos dazzle with updated indie pop punk and Shark? blasts unquestionably catchy lo-fi melodies, while Holly Danger braves the visuals. Bubblyfish wields her Gameboys and The Shortsleeves bring the synth, with No Carrier on the eyecandy. Marius Watz simulates magnetic forces, and Dan Iglesia oscillates in an extra dimension. Back by popular demand, DJ $mall ¢hange holds down the dance floor, and if we still can’t amuse you, AutomaticDJ knows your face and plays your favorite songs.

Tickets are $15 in advance, $20 at the door, and $10 for museum members.

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