An Audio-Visual Concert
The students present a live improvised audiovisual concert where the sound component is on an equal footing with the video. The dramaturgy follows a clear line and combines numerous abstract forms of visualization and programming. Buffer Overflow the Mindframes! refers to the rise of pop-cultural references in digital media in the early 2000s, but instead of the tedious processes of that time, improvisation and recombination are part of the artistic expression.