Working in the field of play, using an architectural background to inform strategies of play in the city and in the education system. Plays hard, most weeknights and weekends.
Urban explorer and photographer, lurking in and around London for the past 5 years. As likely to find Matthew twenty-four floors up as you are to find him underground.
COMMUNITY KITE PROJECT
A collective of artists designers and makers formed by Christopher Jarratt, Jo Peel and Tom Tobia in 2011. We run kite making workshops and flying days of all shapes and sizes across the globe!
Aim to expose the scandal of global poverty, and human rights injustices though the power of craft and public art. This will be done through provocative, non-violent creative actions.”
Philosopher and photographer, interested in political theory, urbanism and the privatisation of public space. Walks, cycles and skates the city in perpetual search of chance encounters.
Dan Edwardes is a founding member and Director of Parkour Generations, as well as a founding member of Parkour UK.
ENGLISH PING PONG ASSOCIATION
The EPPA is here to connect ping pong players with each other and with the places they can play, and to encourage them to explore ever more creative things to do with bats, balls, tables and imaginations.
HUCK documents global youth culture through the influential lens of surf, skate and snowboarding. Inspired by the radical heritage of boardsports, it combines quality journalism with stunning documentary photography to report on social movements, emerging scenes and new thoughts and ideas that are having an impact on the world.
HWEI FAN LIANG
Architect and photographer, interested in personal geographies and the occupation of the city. Her work values craft and material constructs, whether of drawings, buildings or cameras. Plays alone while traveling across the city.
Artist and publisher. His interest in architecture emerged out of a broader theme of perception in his work. A collaborative project exploring the relationship between perception and territory led him to the layered and shifting spaces of the city. Plays with a poetic feel for nonsense and an earnest approach to research.
Artist, photographer and designer. He looks to elicit the stories that lie hidden, or simply unnoticed, within the fabric of the city that surrounds us. Has most fun getting slowly lost.