JANUARY 2012 Shows


JANUARY 13, 2012
DC POETS, RUTHLESS GRIP READING SERIES
7pm
Black Fox Lounge, 723 Connecticut Avenue (near Dupont Circle)

DC Poetry Website
Bonnie Jones / Ric Royer / Sara Wintz

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JANUARY 20, 2012
14 KARAT CABARET
9:00pm
14 Karat Cabaret
218 West Saratoga St., Baltimore, MD

First time collaboration between filmmaker Stephanie Barber and Bonnie Jones

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JANUARY 21, 2012
THE RED ROOM
8:30pm
Red Room, Baltimore, MD

Collaboration with: 
John Berndt
Khristian Weeks
Andy Hayleck
Tyler Wilcox
Paul Neidhardt

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January 26, 2012
Rhythms of Time Sharing (RoTS) in collaboration with Vox Populi, Philadelphia
7:30pm
Aux/Vox Populi, Philadelphia PA
Kiosk Collective

On Thursday 26 January, 7:30pm, AUX presents the second Art Writing event, following November’s kick-off. Curated by London-based collective KIOSK, who will remain “present” throughout the night via a Skype screening, the evening features art writing and performance from artists in the UK and the USA by Nightwatch, The Collect, The Original Copy, Bonnie Jones, and Helen Kaplinsky.

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JANUARY 28, 2012
PHILADEPHIA SOUND FORUM & AUX
8:00pm
Vox Populi, Philadelphia PA
View press release

This event will feature two pieces in composer/improviser Eric Laska’s Vigilance Improvisations framework:

“Mutability” performed by Bryan Eubanks and Eric Laska
“Recursion” performed by Bonnie Jones and Reed Evan Rosenberg

Vigilance Improvisations is a series of structured frameworks for improvising electronic musicians. The archetypical design consists of two musicians, one working with computer and the other with non-computer electronics,  improvising together while following unique visual scores. Each score corresponds to material changes related to the opposing musician’s instrumental sound source. The musicians are instructed to watch a designated meter vigilantly over the course of an improvisation all the while remaining conscious of the possible visual correlations that may or may not be provoked by a chance correspondence between a reading of the meter and the score. The scores are hosted in a folder online and the visual content therein is entirely sourced from the Internet. No recommendations are made concerning sound.

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