Sorry but i couldn't think of a very catchy subject heading. But hello. I'm a third year student at Dartington College of Arts and have been interested in Parkour since i first saw it. I did start to e-mail a few people but then thought i would do a whole subject for myself. Cheeky i know.
I would like to film some Parkor out and about and use it for my work I wouldn't actual be doing it because well when you meet me you'll understand.
I can get to exeter and plymouth quite eassily so if people are meeting up soon then please send me an e-mail and i shall come along and film if it's ok with you guys see you soon.
If you've lost your faith in love and music the end is near.
Or, is it Politic(al)?? Wow - Parkour is Xciting! A new philosophy for urban youth, a discipline, a sport, its subversive. But is it a radical new approach to moving through urban space or simply yet another bright idea that may frighten the establishment until it becomes (as usual) thoroughly tamed and commodified? On this latter see "Social Climbers" in New York Times Spring 2003. Curious to see what future holds for PK. Stewart at williast(at)utas.edu.au
hey anna, myself and 2 other have been practicing very regularly in Exeter for the past 2 years. we have a website which is www.pk-exeter.tk . We are training this sunday the 11th september 2005 and will be meeting at 11am at exeter central library, if you want to contact me to meet us at a further date or whenever please e-mail me (les_voleurs(at)hotmail.com) .. also all of our contact details are on our website ... maybe see you soon .. cheers