I’d like to hear five recordings of Louis Armstrong playing and singing ‘What Did I Do to Be so Black and Blue” – all at the same time. Sometimes now I listen to Louis while I have my favorite dessert of vanilla ice cream and sloe gin. I pour the red liquid over the while […]
Performance of “We’ve” at Bowery Poetry Club as part of the Segue Reading Series. December 11, 2010 Audio documentation only – there was a visual element that is not captured on this recording. http://media.sas.upenn.edu/pennsound/groups/BPC/Jones-Bonnie_Segue-Series_BPC_NY_12-11-10.mp3
FLYNN ECKENRODE POETRY – This Adobe Acrobat PDF book was created in memory of my friend Flynn. “From The Books That They Read Us Of Love”.
BONNIE JONES: Foods, Toothaches “Born in 1977 in South Korea, Bonnie Jones was raised by dairy farmers in New Jersey, and currently resides in Baltimore, MD. In sound performances Bonnie plays the circuit boards of digital delay pedals. Her primary sound collaborators are Joe Foster in Korea (as the duet “English”) and Andy Hayleck. She […]
I can’t wait to see this film! See a clip below of Adam Robinson http://www.littleburnfilms.com/IWillSmashYou.html I WILL SMASH YOU is a documentary film in which dozens of people each tell a story about an object that has some personal meaning for them and then destroy that object in whatever manner they wish. Michael Kimball interviews […]
But I haven’t described Dream City. I’ll try to. It is a place of many voices, where the unified singular self is an illusion. Naturally, Obama was born there. So was I. When your personal multiplicity is printed on your face, in an almost too obviously thematic manner, in your DNA, in your hair and […]