Saturday, June 4, 2022, 8:00pm

Salem Access TV, 285 Derby St. #2, Salem, MA



(Baltimore, MD / Providence, RI)

Bonnie Jones is a Korean-American improvising musician, poet, and performer working with electronic sound and text. She performs solo and in numerous collaborative music, film, and visual art projects. Bonnie was a founding member of the Transmodern Festival and CHELA Gallery and is currently a member of the High Zero Festival collective. In 2010, she co-founded TECHNE, an organization that introduces young female-identified women to technology-focused art making, improvisation, and community collaboration. TECHNE’s programs are delivered through partnerships with grassroots organizations that share an aligned commitment to racial and gender equity. She has received commissions from the London ICA and Walters Art Museum and has presented her work extensively at institutions in the US, Mexico, Europe and Asia. Bonnie was a 2018 recipient of the Foundation for Contemporary Arts Grants to Artists Award. Born in South Korea she was raised on a dairy farm in New Jersey, and currently resides in Baltimore, Maryland and Providence RI on the lands of the Susquehannock, Piscataway, Algonquian, and Narrangansett.


(Providence, RI)

Housefire is Luciann Waldrup.

Electricity, blood, maelstrom, divine E.C.T. , fantasy collision at the moment of truth. Magickal collage for fans of The Haters and furthest techno immolations


(Pawtucket, RI)

Mary Staubitz is playing steel turntable with marbles, rake, copper, and probably some other stuff that was found in the trash. Mary lives in Pawtucket RI and is otherwise known as noise person Donna Parker, one half of the sound art duo Staubitz and Waterhouse, and part of numerous collaborations around New England.


(New Haven, CT)

Ross Wightman is a double bassist and composer from New Jersey. Currently, he serves as a Technical Manager at the Yale Center for Collaborative Arts and Media (CCAM) and Curator of the CCAM Sound Art Series. At the New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music, he teaches computer music and composition courses and leads electroacoustic improvisation ensembles.

As a composer and improviser, his work incorporates microtonality, electro-acoustic multimedia composition and instrument building. In his solo project Gravepact, Ross draws on a personal archive of home-recorded television on thrifted VHS tapes to create jumbled audio-visual collages via circuit bent analog video equipment and digitally sampling the output in performance.