Jason Eppink's Catalogue of Creative Triumphs

Signal to Noise once again took 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 stayed open late and the party went later.

DIY rock superstars Anamanaguchi commanded the stage with high-energy low-res anthems, kicked-off by Extreme Animals‘ preposterous video/music explosions, MiniBoone’s raucous tunes with eyecandy from Holly Danger, and Landlady’s catchy experimental rock. LoVid blasted video noise from handmade hardware, and Modal Kombat dueled on acoustic guitars-turned-game controllers.

Partygoers chilled out to Smooth Breeze‘s easy-listening jazz and creamy screensavers, beat out the competition during an all-night tournament of Shadowplay, the live-action puzzle game you play with your shadow, and freaked out in Anamanguchi’s Zombie Rave Room. Luck You Collective, easylife, and Strongbros held down the lobby with ELECTROMAGNETIC PULSE, featuring Burger Sundae, Girlbro, Beatsaface, and Latitude Zero on the decks.




Electromagnetic Pulse
by Luck You Collective, easylife, and Strongbros
Shadowplay by Gigantic Mechanic
Smooth Breeze
Zombie Rave Room by Anamanaguchi

Available in the following departments: Curations, Interactive Experiences