oksasenkatu 11/ptarmigan collaboration:

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Invisible Prom
performance : music : exhibition
9.04.2011
presented by Ptarmigan + Juliacks + Oksasenkatu 11
klo 18:30 – 22 3,00 € or ilmainen pääsy (with ticket stub from afternoon event)
for the afternoon event check: http://www.ptarmigan.fi/events/96
Oksasenkatu 11

Welcome to Invisible Prom: A weird and wonderful evening! This event is the reception/performance event following the premier of the film, and also a comic book release party. As it is prom themed, the best outfit wins a special prize.
Here are more info’s about each performance:

Julia Bondesson’s performance combine puppetry, sculpture, dance and performance art. She is in her final year at the Royal Art Academy in Stockholm. (SWEDEN)

Imaginary playground is a concept and performance platform with changing participants. It is envisioned as a site to develop collective and individual ideas about performance art and live art. For this performance the artists are:
Sari Kivinen (Australia/Finland), Tuuli Tubin (Estonia), Katariina Myllari (Finland), Christina Georgiou (Cyprus.)

Lapin (UK) is a project of UK born, Helsinki based Musician/Sound-Artist/Instrument-Designer Julian Parker. Expect rich soundscapes improvised on live-patched analog electronics.

Jone Takamäki recent winner of the Audio Radius Prize Winner for best sound design for the play, Woyzeck, is going to going to play some shakuhachi flute, plus some surprise electronic stuff!

Dinosauruxia is a music project by two young Finnish ladies, lolis if you like, Emilia Lagk; a singing librettist, and Sanna Lehto; a multihanded pianist, creating a picturesque soundworld within multiple universes, one being their bedrooms packed with synthesizers, pianos and love letters never sent, and the others – places and thoughts they are constantly in touch with.

Juliacks will be MCing the event and releasing the new Finnish-American comic book, Invisible Forces :: Näkymättömiä Voimia that is a parallel story to the film.

ON THE WALLS: Things by Katri Inkeri (Finland) and Hayley Quentin (USA.)

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