conjunction with its exhibition programme, the Leonard & Bina Ellen
Art Gallery offers a variety of events throughout the year.
Public programmes at the Gallery include artist and curator talks,
panel presentations, video and film screenings, and concerts. Tours are
developed to appeal to the university and art communities, and the general
public alike. Bilingual walk-in tours are offered regularly with each
exhibition as are group tours with a reservation. The guides providing
the tours are trained by the Gallery's educator and are selected from
the University's diverse programs.
V E N T S
4 major figures of electronic music
play at Sala Rossa
Olaf Bender (Germany)
Leif Elggren (Sweden)
Carl Michael von Hausswolff (Sweden)
Mika Vainio (Finland/Germany)
April 26, 2006
Concert begins at 9:00 p.m. (doors open at 8:00 p.m.)
Sala Rossa, 4848, boul. Saint-Laurent
Tickets may be pre-purchased at Atom Heart, Cheap Thrills and
the Leonard & Bina Ellen Art Gallery.
Information: (514) 848-2244, ext. 4778
Olaf BENDER (Berlin), a musician and graphic designer, and a co-founder
(with Carsten Nicolai) of the Raster-Noton label.
Leif ELGGREN (Stockholm), an artist, musician and publisher, as well
as a major figure in Scandinavian art and music.
Carl Michael von Hausswolff (Stockholm), a prolific musician and the
founder of the Radium label and magazine. His music and sound works
are on various labels: Raster-Noton (Germany), Firework Edition (Sweden),
Sub Rosa (Belgium) and Oral (Quebec).
Mika Vainio (Helsinki/Berlin), known as one member of Pan Sonic (a duo
with Ilpo Väisänen) and as Ø, his works are on the
following labels: Touch and Warp (U.K.), Raster-Noton (Germany) and
Sähkö Recordings (Finland).
This concert is a co-production of the Leonard & Bina Ellen Art
Gallery of Concordia University and Minute, organized in conjunction
with the exhibition TRACER, RETRACER 2 . The Embassy of Sweden has provided
support for Leif Elggren’s and Carl Michael von Hausswolff’s
visit to Montreal.
Carl Michael von Hausswolff will establish a link with the first exhibition
of Tracking the Traces. His presentation will focus on Friedrich Jürgenson,
from Sweden, whose work was exhibited in 2005. In English.
Friday, April 28, 2006
York Amphitheatre (room 1.615 main floor) in the EV Engineering,
Computer Science & Visual Arts Integrated Complex, Concordia University,
1515 Ste. Catherine St. West.