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Escapes and Reversals, 2019

performance by Ginger Krebs, with Maddie Kodat, Naoki Nakatani, Zach Nicol and Harlan Rosen
sound by Joseph Kramer
360 videography by Phillip Bootsma, Anthony Fins and Parker Foreman

thanks to Andy Opel and the Maggie Allesee National Center for Choreography

Ginger Krebs's performances use precise, systematic choreography, dry humor and perceptual disorientation to address forms of empire and colonization, surveillance technology and image-driven culture. Her work has been presented work recently in Chicago at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago's Sullivan Galleries, Bert Green Fine Art, Sector 2337, the Cultural Center, Loyola University, The Arts Club of Chicago, and the Chicago Artists Coalition.

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