About the Grant

$15,000 to support Buffer Overrun (MAP 2015)
$5,868 to general operating support for Ginger Krebs
$3,500 to general operating support for Links Hall, Inc.

About the Project

Buffer Overrun asks how our perception of three-dimensional space may be shifting in response to visual technologies and the increasing ubiquity of speed. Movement in the performance is destabilized by phase shifting, intermittent vision, slow motion, and by rolling stools that spin. Loops recur in choreographies structured like code, in spiral patterns derived from optical illusions, and in the one-way communication characteristic of advertising and social media. Buffer Overrun probes the nature of information as a liquid and mobile force that seems to offer freedom from the “here and now” even as it erodes their importance.

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Links Hall

Ginger Krebs


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