artist who lives and works in Paris. Tiina is one of the nine Paris-based international
artists who show at the Parisien(ne)s exhibition at Camden Arts Centre in London. The
Finnish Institute has supported Tiina's commissioned work for the show.
Camden Arts Centre
7 February - 23 March 1997.
Artists: Absalon, Chohreh Feyzdjou, Thomas Hirschhorn, Tiina
Ketara, Huang Yong Ping, Sarkis, Tsuneko Taniuchi, Shen Yuan, Chen Zhen.
London NW3 6DG
Tel. 0171 435 2643, 0171 435 5224
artist. Lives and works in New York. The Finnish Institute has supported Liisa's work
'Trap Door'. 'Trap Door' was shown recently at Lehmann Maupin Gallery in New York and it
will travel to Irish Museum of Modern Art for 'Scream and Scream Again' exhibition in
Scream and Scream Again - Film in Art
Irish Museum of Modern Art
14 February - 20 April 1997
Artists: Sadie Benning, Douglas Gordon, Isaac Julien, Tony
Oursler, Liisa Roberts, Marijke van Warmerdam.
Royal Hospital Kilmainham
Tel. 01 671 8666
duo consists of Mika Vainio who lives in London and Ilpo Väisänen who lives in Turku,
Finland. Panasonic's recent tour in Japan signified the cult following this lo-fi
electronic minimalism duo has in different continents. Their new album 'Kulma' is out on
Blast First Records and they will perform in Europe and UK during the spring of 1997.
A man with a
million attributes: from techno prankster to cosmopolitan cabaret star to one-man Sly and
Family Stone. Jimi Tenor is Finland's brightest hope in contemporary pop music. His new
album 'Intervision' will be out on March 10 on Warp Records and Jimi Tenor's UK tour will
take place in late April 1997.
Jimi Tenor live at the Institute
6, 1996. The anniversary of Finland's independence from the Soviet Union (sic) and, as far
as the staff at the Finnish Institute in London are concerned, the perfect excuse for a
party. And who better to enterntain the assembled collection of bemused embassy (sic) top
brass, trendy young urbanites and waitresses in bizarre rubberised costumes serving
intriguing Scandinavian delicacies and free Finlandia vodka, than sparkling (his jacket
anyway) techno cabaret star, Jimi Tenor." - Rupert Howe in NME (New Musical
Express), February 1997.