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Manchester - Cube Tream
Architect, Artist, VJ
Very little until Lottie informed me of her project. Basically, my hands follow a beat of their own whether it is making waves, playing imaginary pianos or shooting fireballs; my hands can't stop moving when I am walking about.
I live in Panama but will soon be splitting time between NYC, Paris and Buenos Aires.
Re-learning street joy in Rio.
Artist/mover from Minneapolis.
quiero mostrar en streettraining como el contacto hace la vida.
yo soy atriz, me gusta bailar, cantar y jugar...pero no me gusta hacerlo sola, y si junto a otros.
i am an actress i like dancing, singing and playing. i like doing things with people, don't like doing things alone.
I have been working with Aileen and Lottie to build this website. We are thinking about how to translate some of the ideas and approaches of Street Training in physical space into online space. What would the paths of Safety and Joy look and feel like online?
Sofatrips und Netzrisse
Teacher, Curator & Urban Artist
Tate Forum Member, working with Lottie for a Street Training event in Pimlico. I love to slide.
I have been working on subtle street interventions for afew years now. My latest work has been commemorating small insignificant happenings of everyday life in the streets by putting up a small etched steel plaque. They are always placed below eye level and quickly rust, falling into their surroundings. Because of their discreet nature, they are not to be sort out but to be stumbled upon by chance.
Currently run a young group and have been involved with Tate Forum and would like to know more about this project.
I have no personal experiences of Street Training so far
I have been involved with the strret traning sessions at Tate Britain, and it's lead up event.
I wish to extend/ emphasise the spontaneity
I am involved via tate forum. i want to make the world sparkel a bit more and emoty giant bags of glitter all over the street.
bus shelters are beter from above than below.
One of the first Street trainers in London in Camberwell and Kings Cross
Dancer, Director of the Biodanzasrt school of London, Brighton Devon & Cornwall. Dance and Yoga teacher .....
i'm a tate forum street trainer
I am studying Fine Art at the moment and my work is pretty much about the human being, the human body and human emotions. I enjoy exploring human reactions and personal conflicts people are faced with in everyday life. I work mainly with performance ,drawing and painting as well. I also enjoy exploring photography and photographic processes. i'm interested in street training for the way in which you interact with the public, in a sense that you are proactive to achieve your goals. Your idea of working with youth groups who are at "risk of offending" is also not only interesting but important and overlooked as well. Not many people would waste time chatting to young men who are considered criminals. Your work seems to be very much about Art itself,that is, you enjoy working directly with galleries and Art education and that's fascinating!
showing a little bit of clowning, encouraging people to reverse pick-pocket, bounce balls, copy walks, lie down in the middle of the road, walk on railings, swing around lamp posts, sing in public, wave to people on busses, hug beggars, buskers and bums. walking in the middle of the road instead of on the pavement whenever possible. looking up at the sky, especially when walking under leafy/ berried/ flowering trees. playing capoeira on street corners and slapping the bums of passers-by.
street training has changed my life. my every day travelling around the city has become joyful instead of mundane. everyone should join in!
i would like to have a way of sharing our day-to-day activities with each other, and of challenging co-trainers/ interested onlookers to complete certain activities as they go about their day.
i am a theatre maker interested in taking my practice out of the theatre and on to the streets. let's play!
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