Ptarmigan operated in Tallinn from 2011-2014. This website exists as an archive of its activities during this time. We no longer maintain any presence in Tallinn, but some people involved with Ptarmigan are now operating Temporary in Helsinki.
A media performance on our inner and outer animals,
“My mom is a wolf, my dad…” is a talk about healing processes. What do our inner animals tell us? How can we enter into a dialogue with them? Current Ptarmigan Tallinn artist-in-residence Camilla Graff Junior, aka former punk-rock musician Mona Motel, shares her experience based on autobiographical material, photos, video clips, a collection of plastic animals and family stories.
Created and performed by: Camilla Graff Junior (DK)
Media collaborator: Paolo Podrescu / XLT (US)
Lighting design and technical consultant: Tobias Stål (SE)
The project is supported by: the Danish Arts Council, Copenhagen Performing Arts Committee and Fonden Harmonien.
Co-production: Giraff Graff, XLterrestrials (US), Gaia Museum Outsider Art (DK) and Warehouse 9 (DK).
Residencies: Month of Performance Art – Berlin, Ponderosa Dance, Stolzenhagen (DE), Studenterhytta in Nordmarka, Oslo (NO), Ptarmigan, Tallinn (EE) and MoKS, Mooste (EE).
Camilla's residency is supported by Kulturkontakt Nord and the Nordic-Baltic mobility programme and the Danish Arts Council Committee for Performing Arts.