Ptarmigan is no longer operating in Helsinki.

Ptarmigan existed as a project space in Vallila from 2009-2011 and a mobile curatorial/creative platform until 2014. We no longer exist as an organised collective, but this website will continue to serve as an archive of the activities produced as/at Ptarmigan during these years.

US Girls, Heteroskeleton, Kanttoripoika, Justin Vinson, Scott Andrew Elliott 'Push/Pull' closing
music : experimental ; exhibition
08 March, 2010 00:00

Kello 19:30 (musiikki alkaa 20). 

Featuring artist: Scott Andrew Elliott
presented by Mental Alaska / Ptarmigan

"Megan Remy is a chanteuse from (perhaps) the future, guiding all who choose to sail an evocative trip through her unique aural hallucinogenic landscapes. It's a journey of lush vistas, warm currents, and complex beauties. 23nd-Century-style, of course. So come aboard and see why U.S. Girls is being hailed the Eno of the '50s--the 2250s! Can you imagine? Let's hope so." --Siltbreeze Records

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JUSTIN VINSON: "A Composition Four Hands to Voices and a Kantele Yonder"
Vinson has been studying experimental music, the kantele and Kalevala in Finland for some months now and now he is premiering the piece he has composed during his stay.


This event is also the closing night for the exhibition 'Push/Pull' by Scott Andrew Elliott.