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Wednesday, May 4 • 5:15pm - 5:30pm
Panic Mode

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Panic Mode talk focuses on high speed product development and the benefits of working on a mad deadline. We are a group of specialists which love building products in 24h that brings some kind of utility. It is related with arts, definitely, but we could rather say it's more related with stress, coffee and a high level of creativity which is highly encouraged by the stress of the next day's event. Did we fail in the past? Sure, it happens, but we can say we have developed multidisciplinary products and installations with some kind of relevance. People which have joined us in our workshops agree that our procedure is special and nuts :) I will head to the talk from a sound for interactive field perspective as a way to explore the amazing world of anxiety and stress. Sound (and noise!) is a mighty tool to design an experience or to support a other media and indeed a different perspective to talk about digital installations and event production. Let's meet!

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Alex Bordanova

Sound Coder, Noizes
Alex is not a proper musician but a sound designer, he uses sound as a way to create an emotional layer on motion graphics and art installations. He works with sound coding techniques to generate interaction between the sound particles and the UX, focusing on the sound track as a dynamic complex system. As a noise performer, he has developed different live media performances in music festivals like Lowlands Paradise (Holland), Offf (Spain... Read More →



Wednesday May 4, 2016 5:15pm - 5:30pm
Clemente Center 107 Suffolk St, New York, NY 10002

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