Ptarmigan essay in 'ak28 revisited and three parallel visions'
posted: 06 June, 2011
I've entered the world of 'published author' with my essay 'Everything is Tentative and Possible', which describes the experience of co-founding Ptarmigan in Helsinki from 2009 until the opening of the Tallinn space. It's published by the lovely Mount Analogue press/curatorial platform in Stockholm, and is part of a book that deals with self-organised, non-profit art initiatives with regards to the ak28 collective (now defunct). I'm not completely sure where to get it, but you could try contacting Mount Analogue.
Lots has happened since I last remembered to post here; the opening of Ptarmigan Tallinn, I guess, is the biggest thing. I've had a few small things of my own - the release of a new Lied Music/Vernon and Burns LP, a workshop/seminar here and there - and I'm going to try to be more diligent about posting these things.
Which reminds me - Sunday, 12 June 2011 at the SHuSH event in Helsinki, I'm going to lead a short seminar/discussion group titled 'art, collaboration and pedagogy' through the Public School Helsinki in collaboration with SHuSH, Ptarmigan and lots more. More info will be on the SHuSH page.
Ptarmigan leaves Nilsiänkatu
08 February 2011
The Time-Journalist - a potential big-budget film idea
10 August 2011