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Signal to Noise #3 at Museum of the Moving Image

With multiple performances by video hackers LoVid, duels on guitars-turned-game controllers by Modal Kombat, and a handful of other visual delights and audible jams, Signal to Noise is becoming something of a staple for the art-meets-tech community in NYC. The third event-party is Saturday, October 8th, starting at 8pm at the Museum of the Moving Image in Queens. Full details here.

Signal to Noise once again takes over the entire Museum of the Moving Image with interactive spectacles and visual delights, including electro-jams, post-rave vibes, circuit-bent video, shadow game tournaments, battling guitar video game contests, and much more as the galleries stay open late and the party goes later.

Get there before midnight and the main exhibition, Jim Henson’s Fantastic World, will also be open for viewing. Sweet!


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