Loose, quasi-anonymous and Broadly Participatory Street &
Site Specific Events
via High Zero 2004
Download and print this convenient map of high jinx locations to follow along day by day.
ALL OF THESE PERFORMANCES ARE SUBJECT TO LAST MINUTE CHANGES,
THOUGH WE WILL DO OUR BEST TO BE ON TIME. CHECK THE WEBSITE OR
E-MAIL BOB (firstname.lastname@example.org) or John (email@example.com)
FOR LAST MINUTE CHANGES. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO BE INVOLVED LOOK
BELOW FOR A TIME THAT ASKS FOR PERFORMERS AND E-MAIL BOB OR JOHN.
PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL PERFORMANCES ARE UNOFFICIAL AND 'AT YOUR
Sept 24th, 12 noon
Falling Water, Mattin Center @ JHU homewood campus
(33rd and Charles Street on Hopkins Campus). 'A lecture on hydrodynamics."
Sept 24th, 6pm
CRITICAL MASS, THE MUSICAL! Redwood and Charles st. downtown.
A musical ride through town on Bicycles, in conjunction with Critical
Sept 25th at 11 AM
ULTRAREDUCTIONISM, Enoch Pratt free library. A performance
in the reading rooms of the Enoch Pratt Free Library, social sciences,
1st floor. A musical performance so 'lowercase' that the librarians
will probably not notice it's existence.
Sept 26th at 12 Noon,
The Hat Band, downtown farmers market under JFX expressway
at Saratoga and Guilford. The name really says it all.
Sept 27th at 8AM
Homonologous PBJ Sandwich Duo. Below parking garage, Penn
Station. circuit bending, semi-organic, chaotic electronic instruments
of original and weird design in duo produce new forms of mentation.
Sept 27th at 6PM
Slinkyphones at The Charles Theatre, at Charles and Lafayette
Streets. Low-technology telephones provide minimal amplification
and substantial harmonic distortion for voices and instruments.
Sept 28th at 8AM
Honkers at President st. at Baltimore Street. Horns assault
traffic to wake up commuters.
Sept 28th at 6PM
Guitar Center Band, Guitar Center Timonium, meet in front.
Subversion of music store instrument tryout atmosphere and
tradition by... gasp... playing together!
Sept 29th at 12 noon
Music for The Suits at Lunch, in War memorial Plaza near city
hall. Viscous electronic invocations confront the workaday world,
the primal scream of the high tech underground.
Sept 29th at 6PM
Crossing Over at the Man/Woman statue by Johnathan Berofsky
at Penn Station. Cross-dressing, gender-defying individuals pay
ritual musical hommage to an icon of hermanphrodism!
11pm, Clicks and Hums. Insectoid vocal group with a little snape to it. South side of Cold Springs Ln between Charles and Keswick (across from Royal Farms). (needs performers, contact Bob at firstname.lastname@example.org)
Sept 30th at 8AM, Freedumn Orchestra. An all or nothing band. South side of the Wash. Monument, Mt. Vernon. (needs performers, contact Bob at email@example.com)
Sept 30th at Noon
Musical Investments, Part II, at Legg Mason Towers. Let a
thousand spreadsheets bloom!
Sept 30th at 4PM
Free Music Parade, Fell point, meet at park at S. Anne and
Aliciana streets. An inclusive parade of improvised dimensions
heralds the riches of High Zero.
September 20th at 12:30 AM (after midnight)
Bar Band, Just another bar band. Call out your favorite pop hits to this band of saws, bones and sax. Mount Royale Tavern.
October 1st, 9AM
Health Food. Underfed electro-gurgle duo disrupt Whole
Foods in mt. Washington for digestive matrix refresh, near Starbucks.
October 1st, 1PM
Action at a Distance Part II, Saratoga Street and Charles
to Saratoga and Guilford. Diffuse movement/music collaboration
focusing on distance and faint collaborations.
October 1st, 4PM
Rooftop Assault! Area around Mt. Vernon... sound from various
rooftops creates mystereous aesthetic delectation.
October 1st, 12:30 AM (after midnight)
The Fred and Charlie Show, in O'donnel park, Canton. Some
kind of crazy, savant-perturbodo from the land of pleasant living.
October 2nd, 9:30am Paper Airplanes. A dancer, a voice and a beautiful folded paper. Federal Hill.
October 2nd, 11:30
Three by Three in
front of The Charles Theatre. Three musicians, three painters
create an experience for you.
October 2nd, 4:30pm Invented Instrument Band. You know what they say- reality is stranger than fiction. BMA sculpture garden (needs performers with invented instruments, contact Bob at firstname.lastname@example.org)
October 2nd, 12:30 (immediately after show)
CAKE MIX, Outside Theatre Project. Get yr freak on for some sweets.
October 3rd, 10 AM
12-and-Under-Band, Farmers Market under JFX downtown
October 3rd, 1 PM
Music Game, Wyman Park. Amplified slot cars, electronic chess,
you name it.