Music + Collaborative Sound Art Night
Join us on Saturday, November 4th, from 7-9 pm for a night of music and experimental sound art. 

Musician-artists Steve Goodwin, Christopher Kaczmarek, and Joshua Marquez will collaborate within the space of our current exhibition, A Pot Nudged Into Oblivion. An underpinning of warm, lyrical cello and electronic intercessions will meet moments of untethered sound art using live processing, looping devices, and other adapted objects. This event is provided by MAPSpace and Ice Cream Social. RSVP at

Steve Goodwin is a musician, composer and visual artist from Saratoga Springs, NY currently living in Brooklyn. His compositions mostly center on use of the cello and incorporate elements of electronic production and sound collage. He performs live loop-based music as Skeleton Zoo and has released music under that name as well as other monikers. He has also composed music for off-broadway theater and has performed throughout the NYC area.

Christopher Kaczmarek is a New York based artist and educator whose work spans both experimental and traditional practices, including sculpture, site specific installations, hand built electronics instruments, performance, video, and solar-powered objects. His work is often interactive and designed to guide the viewer towards a deeper contemplation about the active and passive roles they play in their inhabited environment. Recent interests have been concerned with the act of walking as a praxis for artistic production, and the shapes in which collective and collaborative settings can be formed to become spaces where imagination and creativity are used in the service of hopeful outcomes. He has performed sound work via Alpha-Bit, an evolving group of visual, performance and sound artists from the New York City and the Lower Hudson valley who use scratch built electronic and circuit bent instruments in their performances.

Joshua Marquez is a Philadelphia-based Filipino-American composer, improviser, and sound artist whose music explores the liminal space between tone/noise as a means to investigate the complexities of Asian American identity in search of connection during a diaspora. Searing a sonic imprint of cultural identity, his explorations of the noise spectrum through the fusion and fission of disparate timbres. Joshua’s music is described as “upsetting and calming in equal measure” with atmospheres that “sink into your skin” (Prism Reviews). Hailed as "cutting-edge" (The Gazette), “expertly crafted” (We Write About Music), "haunting" (The Daily Iowan), and "creepy" (Fanfare Magazine). Marquez's music has been performed by ensembles and musicians such as the Arditti Quartet, JACK Quartet, Brno Philharmonic, Akropolis Reed Quintet, Duo Charango, Bahué Duo, and the National Chamber Orchestra of Armenia, among others. He has performed such venues as Arlene’s Grocery (NYC), The Public Option (DC), Rhizome (DC). Never Ending Books (CT), the Spot Tavern (IN), Nightlight (NC), All Data Lost Festival (NC), Elsewhere Museum (NC), and the Englert Theatre (IA), among others. His work has been supported by Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Center, Recycled Artist In Residency (RAIR), Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Millay Colony, Kimmel Harding Nelson Center, and New Music USA, in addition to others. Marquez holds a PhD in composition from the University of Iowa in addition to an MM from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.