Europe concerts, lectures, and workshops featuring a.hop Ensemble: Anne-F Jacques, Bonnie Jones, Elizabeth Millar, Liew Niyomkarn, Lynette Quek, Ryoko Akama, suzueri, Valentina Villarroel, Veronica Cerrotta.
Bonnie JOnes & Greg KElley
Saturday, August 27, 2022
8:00 PM 10:00 PM
1353 Cambridge StreetCambridge, MA, 02139
$15 Cover ($10 Students/Seniors) / Start 8pm / Doors 7:30pm / Seated Show
A first time duo of Bonnie Jones & Greg Kelley!
Still life with groundswell @fringepvd
Friday, July 22 at 7pm
Saturday, July 23 at 7 pm
Wilbury Theatre, 475 Valley St, Providence, RI
Still Life with Groundswell takes inspiration from personal stories of dislocation, disruption, and transformation. Emerging from a time of sustained isolation and uncertainty, we consider imaginative acts of reinvention and response.
t minus 2 is composed of the multidisciplinary artists Bonnie Jones, John Kolodij, and Mary-Kim Arnold. We make collaborative, improvisational, and conceptual sound and image work that privileges experimentation and chance. At times melodic and at others, discordant and noisy, our work offers multiple ways to receive and relate to sonic performance.
Photo Credit: Xander Marro
black mountain college museum + Art Center
Thursday, July 14th 2022 at 7PM
Streaming to Vimeo and Facebook
Memory for Intentions (2022)
For this commission, I used some archival performance footage from the past two years of the pandemic to make a hybrid, palimpsestic contemplation of the present. Recently, I’ve been thinking a lot about the tension inherent in how we hold ourselves responsible to the past and how we allow ourselves to move past – move from the past in order to make. The call to “make it new” that is the legacy of experimental art practices is shifting – for there is nothing new, and those who want to erase the past are those who have less to lose from doing so or more to lose if the past is brought to bear in accountable ways in the present. Nothing is without history and no history is without the movement, flux, and relationality that shape the material of time. There is nothing new, but I believe there is transformation, re-weaving.
Sirens & whispers SERIES
June 15, 2022
Dear Globe / Cotyldon Arts
422 Mulberry St Baltimore MD
PETER REDGRAVE + KHRISTIAN WEEKS
Doors 5.30, show 6.00
Saturday, June 4, 2022, 8PM
SATV – 285 Derby Street #2, Salem, MA 01970
HOUSEFIRE – techno noise immolations from Providence, RI
BONNIE JONES – echoic memory musics from Baltimore, MD & Providence, RI
MARY STAUBITZ – turntable / objects / trash from Pawtucket, RI
ROSS WIGHTMAN – jumbled audio visual collage from New Haven, CT
Masks are required.
Doors at 7:30PM – Music at 8:15PM
Suggested donation: $10
More info: www.sonorium.net
catalytic sound festival
October 14, 16, 17
October 23, 24
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